AIDA Cruises expands 2021-2022 program with new sailings aboard AIDAprima and AIDAblu

   July 23, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

AIDA Cruises announced it will expand its program with new sailings during fall/winter 2021-2022 season.

AIDAprima will expand her homeporting in Hamburg Germany and will call at a variety of destinations in Western Europe from October 30, 2021, through April 2022.

Following the end of her Corfu Greece season, AIDAblu will be deployed in the Canary Islands from November 2021 through the end of December 2021. At the beginning of 2022, Blu sets a course for the Mediterranean, offering 7-day voyages from Palma de Mallorca (Majorca Island, Balearic Spain) in January-February.

From the end of February 2022, Civitavecchia-Rome Italy will be the homeport for cruises to metropolises in Italy, followed by roundtrips from Corfu Greece through the archipelago, starting in April 2022.

AIDA said it will shortly announce its complete program for the fall/winter season 2021-2022.

Due to the ongoing travel restrictions in several regions and new AIDA offers, some cruises on AIDAbella, AIDAblu, AIDAdiva, AIDAluna, AIDAmira, AIDAnova, AIDAprima, and AIDAvita, between August 2021-April 2022 cannot take place as originally scheduled or had to be adjusted.

Guests booked on impacted sailings and their travel advisors are being notified.