AIDA Cruises unveils its program for 2020 and 2021
AIDA Cruises confirmed its fall and winter program for 2020 and 2021, sending AIDAmar to the Canary Islands from 1 Nov 2020 onwards, followed by AIDAperla Nov 7, taking over the program originally planned for AIDAnova.
AIDAmar will depart from Las Palmas, while AIDAperla will use Tenerife for turnarounds in addition to Las Palmas.
AIDA also plans to begin an AIDAstella service in the western Mediterranean on December 12, 2020, sailing seven-day cruises from Palma, Mallorca.
AIDA emphasized that its cruises comply entirely with the criteria of the international and national health and hygiene authorities, as well as with its own expanded health and hygiene guidelines, which have been checked by third parties.
The AIDAprima will start sailing from Dubai Dec 11.
“Even if port calls in Norway are not currently possible, we are also confident that from the beginning of 2021 we will be able to sail from Germany to Northern Europe," stated Felix Eichorn, President of AIDA.
Maritime Business World