Easyjet withdraws from Stuttgart

Easyjet logo (Photo: Unsplashed / Call Me Fred).
Easyjet logo (Photo: Unsplashed / Call Me Fred).

Easyjet withdraws from Stuttgart

Easyjet logo (Photo: Unsplashed / Call Me Fred).
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With the low-cost airline Easyjet, another low-cost airline is withdrawing from Stuttgart Airport. The carrier, which once had several routes from the largest airport in Baden-Württemberg, canceled the last route: London-Gatwick.

Although the low-cost airline reserves the right to return to Stuttgart-Echterdingen at a later date, there are no signs of this, at least in the short term. In the past, there were also flights within Germany, for example to Berlin-Tegel. This route was taken up after the Air Berlin bankruptcy.

Easyjet is also making cuts in Austria, because in Innsbruck it was decided that the route to Berlin, which was planned all year round, would not be served in this summer timetable period. The resumption is announced for the end of October 2022. The connection to London-Gatwick is not affected by this measure.

Just a few weeks ago, Easyjet emphasized that it would continue to serve the destinations Amsterdam, Basel and Berlin-Brandenburg from Vienna-Schwechat. In the meantime, it has been decided that the first two destinations mentioned will no longer be served. In the past, Easyjet also offered other routes, such as Milan-Malpensa. Regardless of the fact that Easyjet Europe Airline GmbH is based in Vienna, it has never had a base in Austria. The Basel route was an offer from sister company Easyjet Switzerland.

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