Against the backdrop of further travel facilitation, the pandemic situation in Europe is easing significantly. This not only makes vacation travel possible again, but many people living in Germany can now finally visit their foreign homeland again. Eurowings has now added connections to Eastern Europe, Southeastern Europe, and North Africa, in addition to other vacation destinations. The new routes enable many people to safely visit their friends and relatives again.
Eurowings has launched the most extensive program of new routes at its largest location, Düsseldorf. From the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, for example, the Georgian capital Tbilisi (from €109.99) will be accessible on Wednesdays and Sundays from the summer flight schedule. The connection will continue to be offered once a week during the winter flight schedule. The Russian cities of Yekaterinburg (from €139.99) and Krasnodar (from €139.99), which were also served in the summer, will also be served in the winter. Yekaterinburg on the Ural Mountains will be offered once a week on Saturdays and the economic center of Krasnodar in southern Russia will be served on Mondays and Fridays.
Starting August 31, Eurowings will offer flights from Düsseldorf to Zagreb (from €44.99) on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The airline will also be flying from Düsseldorf to Kiev (from €39.99), the capital of Ukraine, in the winter flight schedule (currently on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays). And many North Rhine-Westphalians of Italian descent and as well as vacationers can look forward to the new connection to Bergamo (from €34.99) in northern Italy from October 31 - Eurowings operates the route on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. From January 31, 2022, the city in Lombardy will then be served daily except Saturdays.
From Cologne/Bonn, Eurowings passengers will travel to Yerevan (from €129.99), the capital of Armenia, from August 6, 2021. The airline will fly the route every Friday with an Airbus A320. Marrakech (from €54.99) in southwestern Morocco will be accessible again from December 12 this year. The nearly 1,000-year-old city will be served every Sunday with an Airbus A319 operated by Eurowings.
Marrakech (also from 54.99€) is also bookable again from Stuttgart: Eurowings starts the flight connection on 5 December this year and flies from Baden-Württemberg every Sunday with an Airbus A319.
From Austria Larnaca (starting from €124,99) on Cyprus is connected from 4 September: From Salzburg, the airline will operate the route to the port city in the southeast of the Mediterranean island every Saturday, also with an Airbus A319.
All new routes can be booked as of now - at www.eurowings.com and very quickly and conveniently in the Eurowings app. Passengers travel with Eurowings with maximum flexibility and safety; the airline has introduced exemplary security concepts at the airport and on board the aircraft throughout Europe. Further information can be found here: