Berlin: Sylt will be the only domestic Easyjet destination

Security card on board an Easyjet A320neo (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Security card on board an Easyjet A320neo (Photo: Robert Spohr).

Berlin: Sylt will be the only domestic Easyjet destination

Security card on board an Easyjet A320neo (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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The low-cost airline Easyjet will not reactivate the domestic German routes from Berlin to Düsseldorf, Cologne / Bonn, Munich and Stuttgart for the time being. This explained Germany boss Stephan Erler to the tourist newspaper FVW.

A single route within Germany is set to celebrate its comeback in the summer flight schedule of 2021: Easyjet wants to fly back to Sylt from Berlin. The route is to be operated from March 18, 2021 until October 29, 2021 on Friday and Sunday. The carrier last featured this route in summer 2019.

Erler also told FVW that Easyjet will focus on tourist routes this year. The focus is on holidaymakers who want to stay at home and abroad. However, they do not want to give up the “domestic German flights” business area, but rather to reorganize them at a later date.

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