Eurowings increases frequencies from Düsseldorf and Hamburg
From 1 June 2020 18 times per week non-stop from Düsseldorf to Barcelona
In summer 2020 still four weekly flights from Düsseldorf to Košice
From 3 July 2020 six times a week non-stop from Hamburg to Thessaloniki
All flights bookable immediately
Eurowings is adding two new flights to its existing direct services from Düsseldorf to Barcelona and will thus be operating the route daily from 1 June 2020 and a total of 18 non-stop flights per week. Passengers can book their tickets to Barcelona from a one-way price of 39.99 euros at eurowings.com or via the Eurowings App.
The connection from Düsseldorf to Košice, which will be resumed in the 2019/2020 winter schedule, will also continue in the summer timetable. Flights will be offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from a price of 59.99 euros per route.
There will also be an increased number of flights between Hamburg and Thessaloniki in Greece. With an additional direct connection, passengers will travel six times a week without detour to Thessaloniki from 3 July 2020. These flights can be booked from a one-way price of 49.99 euros.
The Spanish city of Barcelona is world-famous for its architecture. In particular, the Sagrada Família church and the many Gaudí works of art that characterize the cityscape attract countless tourists every year. Located in the northeast of the Iberian peninsula on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, the lively metropolis combines beach holiday and sightseeing in an outstanding way.
Košice is the second largest city in Slovakia and is located in the east not far from the Hungarian border. It is artistically influenced and is home to numerous museums as well as several theatres. The National Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra is of supra-regional importance. In the centre of Košice there are cinemas, bars, pubs and nightclubs. The nearby village of Wolovezkie Werkhi provides access to the mountains, which are ideal for hiking in summer and winter sports in winter.
Thessaloniki is a Greek port city on the Thermaic Gulf of the Aegean and the second largest city in the country. Due to its immediate location on the water, it is still considered as an important transhipment point in the Balkans. Lively alleys, numerous bars and restaurants as well as historical buildings form an attractive backdrop for visitors.