23 JULY 2012

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Article from BTNews 23 JULY 2012

CityJet to Muenster

As one German route from London City Airport (Munich – Lufthansa) goes so another arrives, the start of the airline winter season 29 October being the date in question.  CityJet is to introduce a daily service to Muenster-Osnabruck (FMO), a city without current UK connections.  Flight time is around 1hr 40mins in a Fokker 50 turboprop.
 
The new route increases CityJet’s network to 19 European destinations across Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the UK.

Muenster is in north west Germany towards the Dutch border.  It is within easy reach of Osnabruck and Dortmund, both key university cities with strong science and IT-based economies.  British Forces Germany has a number of bases within the locality.  The historic city has stayed true to its medieval past, with ancient houses, stunning squares and imposing churches.  It is the bicycle capital of Germany, with two bicycles to every resident and a car-free ring road around the city. www.cityjet.com

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