New destinations from Stuttgart in the Eurowings summer schedule 2020

  • Three times a week from Stuttgart to Bucharest from 39.99€

  • Twice a week to the Greek island of Kos from 99.99€

  • Saturdays to the British Channel Island Jersey from 99.99€

  • All connections bookable as of now

New destinations in the Eurowings route network for the 2020 summer schedule: From 21 May, Eurowings flies three times a week from Stuttgart to the Romanian capital Bucharest. The route will be operated Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at a one-way price from 39.99€.

From 23 May 2020, Eurowings passengers are able to fly directly from Stuttgart to the Greek island of Kos twice a week. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, a Eurowings aircraft takes off in the direction of the eastern Aegean Sea. One-way tickets are available from a price of 99.99€. 

Eurowings flies to the English Channel island of Jersey on Saturdays from 23 May 2020 on. The prices for a one-way ticket start at 99.99€. 

In addition, the Sofia destination, which is served from Stuttgart in the 2019/2020 winter flight schedule, will remain in operation in summer 2020 and is available from 39.99€ per route. In summer, Eurowings flies to the Bulgarian metropolis on Tuesdays and Sundays. All routes can be booked as of now at eurowings.com or via the Eurowings App.

Bucharest in southern Romania is the capital and economic heart of the country. The most characteristic building is the huge Parliament Palace from the time of communism with 1,100 rooms. In the nearby Lipscani quarter there is a dynamic nightlife as well as the tiny Romanian Orthodox church of Stavropoleos and the 15th century palace of Curtea Veche, where Prince Vlad III resided.

Kos is one of the islands of the Greek Dodecanese and is known for its many sandy beaches. It has impressive Greek and Roman landmarks, especially in and around the city of Kos. The port city is characterized by the fortress Neratzia from the 15th century. South of the fortress lie the ancient Agora ruins with a temple, a shrine and preserved columns.

Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands between England and France. The autonomous crown property of the United Kingdom with its mixture of British and French culture is known for its beaches, coastal footpaths, valleys and historic fortresses.