COLOGNE/BONN – Germany is getting better and better with Eurowings. The quality low-cost airline is continuing its strong expansion of domestic German flights for the upcoming winter flight schedule, which starts on 29 October 2017. In addition to European flights and the growing range of intercontinental routes, the flight offering within Germany is also increasingly important to the airline. At present, an average of 3,360 flights a week are scheduled. Eurowings is currently Europe’s fastest growing airline and it is continuously expanding the its routes. This year it has already opened new bases in Salzburg, Munich and Mallorca, at each of which Eurowings has stationed its own aircraft.

On the route between Stuttgart and Hamburg, for example, the airline will almost double the number of flights compared to the last winter flight schedule. The number of weekly flights will increase from 32 to 66. At the same time, Eurowings will also fly from Stuttgart to Hanover 22 times a week (up by 5). On the Dortmund – Munich route, an additional 5 regular connections will soon bring the number of weekly flights up to 23. The offering between Hamburg and Nuremberg will increase by 5 to 22 flights a week. Düsseldorf – Dresden will get another 2 flights to bring numbers there up to 18 a week. On the Cologne/Bonn – Hamburg route, the quality low-cost airline is increasing the number of weekly flights by 6 to 55.

The connection between Berlin/Tegel and Nuremberg will be operated 12 times a week. Munich – Weese is also among the new offerings that were launched in the summer flight schedule that are being retained in the winter flight schedule. The route is in the flight schedule with 6 weekly connections, or 12 flights.