More Tunisair flights will connect Tunisia with Italy starting in the summer.
In addition to the 37 flights connecting Italy with Tunis (from Rome, Milan, Venice, Bologna, Naples and Palermo), there will from June 12 also be two weekly flights from Milan’s Malpensa airport, one to Djerba and one to Monastir.
The flights have been introduced in the hope of contributing significantly to a recovery of Italian tourism towards Tunisia, which is expected by those working in the sector and which ahs been aided by better security and less turbulence than many other areas of the Mediterranean region.
On the possibility to reach other Mediterranean and African destinations via Tunis, Tunisair has inaugurated two new destinations: Constantine in Algeria and Conakry in Guinea.
Thus, the ‘Beyond Tunis’ will now stands at 14 destinations able to be reached from Italy via Tunis: Algiers, Oran, Constantine, Casablanca, Dakar, Nouakchott, Abidjan. Bamako, Ouagadougou, Niamey, Cairo, Beirut, Jeddah and Medina. The expansion of Tunisair’s African network will continue before the end of the year with the addition of Khartoum, Sudan, and Cotonù, Benin.
Over the next two years, the following destinations are also planned: Ndjamena (Chad), Duala (Cameroon), Kinshasa (The Democratic Republic of Congo), Accra (Ghana), Lagos (Nigeria) and Libreville (Gabon), extending its network considerably and becoming a benchmark company on the Europe-Tunis-Africa axis.