Four new routes are set to start at Corvera airport in the next couple of weeks. These include arrivals and departures from Prague, Asturias, Palma de Mallorca and Warsaw. The first of the new flight routes will begin operating in May, with the rest starting up in June. There is also the potential for more flights to be added, and the regional government are confident that the summer schedule will be a high flying success.

The first new route will be a twice weekly service to and from Prague. This service is being operated by Smartwings, the largest Czech airline and will take place on Mondays and Thursdays starting from the 24th of May. The second route to be added will start one week later, with Volotea also running a twice weekly service of flights linking Murcia and the northern Spanish region of Asturias. This will also operate on Mondays and Thursdays.

Ryanair will also be introducing a new route on the 1st of June, with a new service between Murcia and Palma de Mallorca. This route will fly to and from the Balearic Islands on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Shortly after, Ryanair will also be adding flights to and from Warsaw on the 5th of June. Jet2 are also set to add additional services on Wednesdays, with flights connecting with both Manchester and Leeds.

Four new charter flights have also been announced for the winter of 2019-2020, with new routes operating between Murcia and the airport of Billund in Denmark. Volotea are also rumoured to be considering setting up new connections with flights and Italy.

For more information on flights and the airlines currently operating at Corvera airport, take a look at our dedicated flights page. We also have live updates on both arrivals and departures to help you plan your trip.

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