Eurowings Newscloud Ticker – 6 June 2023

New destinations in Finland and Norway / Travel barometer on trend destinations / Alternative summer bargains / Route expansion Prague-Greece / Fleet expansion with first Airbus A321

  • New destinations in the north: From Dusseldorf to Finland and Norway
  • Eurowings Travel Barometer 2023: The most popular summer destinations
  • Summer bargains: Alternatives to the current trend destinations
  • Expansion of routes from Prague: Three new destinations to Greece
  • Additions to the fleet: First Airbus A321 takes to the skies

New destinations in the north: from Dusseldorf to Finland and Norway
The airline will be flying to Finland twice in the coming winter: In December 2023, Eurowings will add the Finnish city of Ivalo in northern Lapland to its flight schedule from Dusseldorf, and from January 2024, the value airline will also fly to Kuusamo. In addition, another new connection to the north will be launched as early as June 2023; passengers will then also be able to reach Bergen, Norway, by direct flight from the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. To the overview of new Eurowings routes

Eurowings Travel Barometer 2023: the most popular summer destinations
What are the customers of Germany's largest vacation airline flying to this summer? Most definitely to an island in the Mediterranean. In the high season (July and August), Mallorca, Crete and Rhodes are the three most popular destinations for a relaxed beach vacation. If you would rather go on a city break in summer temperatures, Barcelona, London and Vienna are in vogue.

Summer bargains: Alternatives to the trendy destinations
Those who have not yet caught a flight to the popular summer destinations will still find affordable alternatives within the Eurowings route network. In July and August, for example, you can fly one-way from Cologne to Olbia (from 29.99 euros), Palma de Mallorca (from 39.99 euros) and Nice (from 49.99 euros) or to exciting European cities such as Barcelona (from 29.99 euros), Milan (from 35.99 euros) and London (from 44.99 euros) with the low-priced BASIC fare. From Dusseldorf, bargains are still available to the following sun and city destinations: Nice (from 42.49 euros), Palma de Mallorca (from 54.99 euros) and Olbia (from 54.99 euros) as well as Milan (from 39.99 euro), Venice (from 42.49 euros) and Vienna (from 49.99 euros). From Hamburg, travel enthusiasts can look forward to routes to Olbia (from 29.99 euros), Malta (from 54.99 euros) and Rijeka (from 54.99 euros) or Amsterdam (from 39.99 euros), Paris (from 42.74 euros) and Verona (from 44.99 euros).

Expansion of routes from Prague: three new destinations to Greece
As part of its pan-European growth, Eurowings is expanding its tourist services from Prague in the current summer flight schedule: flights to the Greek islands of Corfu, Rhodes and Zakynthos will take off at the beginning of June. To the overview of new Eurowings routes

Addition to the fleet: first Airbus A321 takes to the skies
Flight EW9630 from Dusseldorf to Rhodes marked the start of the first Airbus A321 in scheduled service for Eurowings last Saturday, 3 June. And the Eurowings A321 fleet will continue to grow over the summer: three more A321ceo will follow in the course of June, followed by two more A321ceo in July, until the first A321neo is expected to take off for Eurowings in August. 
Germany's No. 1 vacation carrier will deploy Airbus' largest medium-haul jet specifically to top vacation destinations to better serve the high demand for Palma de Mallorca, Crete and the Canary Islands, for example.

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