Friday, 15 September 2017

22 New Destinations For Eurowings in 2018

Eurowings is continuing to spread its wings far and wide with the latest announcement in its global expansion programme and its aim to be the fastest growing airline in Europe.  

The airline, part of the Lufthansa Group will be flying to an additional new 22 destinations from next year for its summer 2018 schedule. Numerous new routes from Munich, Hanover, Cologne, Salzburg, Stuttgart, Hamburg and Palma complete the offer of the growing low-cost carrier. 

A special highlight for the new flight plan includes a number of new long-distance routes from Munich. The airline will fly Airbus A330 aircraft to Bangkok, Las Vegas, Montego Bay, Mauritius, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Fort Myers, Varadero and Windhoek. 

Fort Myers in Florida is also on the new flight schedule next year with a service from Cologne every Friday.

Starting from Hanover, Eurowings will also be flying to new destinations in southern Europe including Corfu and Rhodes while the service to Kos will be relaunched. 

From Stuttgart five new connections will launch in 2018 - Alicante in Spain, Newquay UK, Venice, Palermo and Zakynthos are re-activated. 

Salzburg gets a service to the sunny isle of Crete on a weekly service and Corfu enters the programme with a service from Dusseldorf.  Corfu is also on the schedule from Hamburg for twice weekly flight and Hamburgers can also use a Eurowings flight to Jersey every Sunday.

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