Dusseldorf: Eurowings is putting Leipzig and Nuremberg on the back burner

Eurowings at Düsseldorf Airport (Photo: Eurowings).
Eurowings at Düsseldorf Airport (Photo: Eurowings).

Dusseldorf: Eurowings is putting Leipzig and Nuremberg on the back burner

Eurowings at Düsseldorf Airport (Photo: Eurowings).
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The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings will not reactivate two domestic German routes from Düsseldorf with Nuremberg and Leipzig for the time being. The background is obviously that demand has fallen short of expectations. However, one speaks of “temporary non-admission”.

“Although bookings are steadily increasing, especially in the area of ​​holiday flights, but also in the business segment, it can still happen that individual flight offers have to be adjusted accordingly – should demand not develop as hoped. This has economic as well as ecological reasons. The connections from Düsseldorf-Nuremberg and Düsseldorf-Leipzig have not yet been resumed and are temporarily not offered. Eurowings continuously monitors the development of passenger numbers and the associated demand in order to adjust capacities and connections accordingly. In principle, Eurowings sees Leipzig and Nuremberg as relevant markets and is striving to resume connections as quickly as possible," explains a Eurowings spokeswoman to Aviation.Direct.

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