It's going back to the North Sea: Eurowings flies again from Cologne to the popular North Sea island of Sylt from 19 July. The airline resumes Sylt in its summer flight schedule from Cologne/Bonn, supplementing its existing service from Düsseldorf. Eurowings passengers can fly from Cologne to Sylt on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The connection from Düsseldorf is already offered several times a day. Tickets for the one-way flight can be booked from €39.99 via the Eurowings website or the Eurowings App.
"We are delighted to offer our passengers the popular connection to Sylt from Cologne again this summer," comments Oliver Wagner, Chief Commercial Officer at Eurowings. "We fly our guests up to three times a day from Düsseldorf and Cologne to Sylt and thus connect them to one of the most attractive holiday destinations in Germany.”
The largest North Frisian island attracts over 900,000 tourists every year. On 99 square kilometers vacationers come at their expense: spectacular dune landscapes, long sandy beaches with many possibilities for outdoor activities and gastronomic highlights make up the magic of the island.