DuSSELDORF, BANGKOK – Fly direct to Thailand’s most beautiful beaches. Eurowings is completing its very fast-growing offering from the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia’s airport and further expanding its market leadership with a new long-haul service between Düsseldorf and Bangkok. The low-cost airline is launching two flights a week to the Thai capital starting on 28 October 2018. Flight days are Thursday and Sunday. Other flight days are currently being planned and will be announced in the coming weeks.
The first flight, operated with an Airbus 330 long-haul jet, will take off at 14:15 on Sunday, 28 October. Landing is scheduled for 07:45 local time. The return flight is scheduled for 09:35 local time and will arrive in Dusseldorf at 16:50 on Monday afternoon.
The tickets to Southeast Asia can be booked for as little as EUR 199 one-way at www.eurowings.com or via the Eurowings app on smartphone and tablet.
Dusseldorf is already the largest Eurowings location; the Lufthansa subsidiary has a more extensive route network at this airport than at any of its other locations. Europe’s fastest growing airline now has 40 aircraft based in Dusseldorf and flies more than 1,750 times a week to 95 destinations in Germany and around the world.
Flight times in detail:
EW 1106 Dusseldorf (DUS) – Bangkok (BKK): Departure 14:15, arrival 07:45 (Sunday, touch down following day)
EW 1107 Bangkok (BKK) – Dusseldorf (DUS): Departure 09:35, arrival 16:50 (Monday)
EW 1106 Dusseldorf (DUS) – Bangkok (BKK): Departure 19:30, arrival 13:00 (Thursday, touch down following day)
EW 1107 Bangkok (BKK) – Dusseldorf (DUS): Departure 22:35, arrival 06:05 (Friday, touch down following day)