PowdAir to connect Sion Airport with 8 European destinations, including Antwerp Airport


Great news for skiers and snowboarders heading to Zermatt, Nendaz, Crans-Montana, Verbier or Saas-Fee next winter! PowdAir, based at Sion airport in canton Valais, has announced 8 European destinations for the next winter season (2017-2018). And Antwerp Deurne Airport is one of them.

Sion Airport will be connected with Hamburg, Edinburgh, Manchester, Southampton, Bristol, London Luton, London Southend and Deurne (Antwerp). PowdAir will start flying from 14 December 2017, 6 days per week.

Website: www.powdair.ski


New route from Antwerp to Sion

New airline powdair announces routes from Sion, Switzerland to Antwerp International Airport

powdair has announced its new operating routes from Sion in the Valais region of Switzerland that include four flights a week from Antwerp Airport.

The airline, that commences flights from December 2017 onwards, will significantly cut transfer times to some of Switzerland’s most popular ski resorts for winter sports enthusiasts with prices averaging at around £140 (€165) each way including ski carriage.

Antwerp Airport will have flights departing on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays – every week, commencing on Thursday 14th December, 2017.

Head of Marketing and Customer Experience, Zoë Ombler, comments:

Following a period of consultation between our management team and by popular demand from our market research, we are delighted to announce that Antwerp Airport will serve our route to Sion, Switzerland this winter, from Belgium. We know there’s a healthy community of skiers and snowboarders in the Northern Belgium area and also within the catchment areas of Brussels and The Netherlands and many people we spoke to were excited at the prospect of flying into the heart of the Alps, to an airport not currently serviced by other airlines.

Marcel Buelens, CEO Antwerp Flanders International Airport says:

We very much look forward to welcoming Powdair and its passengers to Antwerp Airport as from mid December.  I’m convinced this new route from Antwerp to Sion will be welcomed very enthusiastically by the many winter sports fans in both Belgium & The Netherlands.

Online ticket sales will be available soon.


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