Eurowings Discover is expanding its range of flights and opening a second base in Munich

Airbus A320 D-AIUY (Photo: Radim Koblížka).
Airbus A320 D-AIUY (Photo: Radim Koblížka).

Eurowings Discover is expanding its range of flights and opening a second base in Munich

Airbus A320 D-AIUY (Photo: Radim Koblížka).
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The holiday airline Eurowings Discover will continue to expand its range of flights over the next three months.

From June 3rd, the airline will fly to Kilimanjaro in Tanzania twice a week all year round, thus offering what is currently the only direct connection from the DACH region. In mid-June, the Canadian port city of Halifax and Anchorage in Alaska will be added to the flight schedule in Frankfurt. From August, the Canada program will be expanded to include Calgary. All North American and Canadian destinations of Eurowings Discover are offered together with the joint venture partners Air Canada and United Airlines.

The new long-haul routes at a glance:

  • Frankfurt – Kilimanjaro (JRO): Mondays & Fridays; all year round from June 3rd
  • Frankfurt – Halifax (YHZ): Thursdays & Sundays; June 12 to the end of September 2022
  • Frankfurt – Anchorage (ANC): Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays; June 13 to September 10, 2022
  • Frankfurt - Calgary (YYC): Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays; August 1st to the end of October 2022

Second home: Opening of a base in Munich

Barely a year after Eurowings Discover took off on its maiden flight in July 2021, the Lufthansa holiday airline is now opening its own short-haul base at Munich Airport as planned. The airline flies in Munich from Terminal 1, which is also where the check-in counters (Z127 - Z138) and the airline's offices are located.

The holiday airline from Munich has been flying to three long-haul destinations since March 2022, and Air Baltic has been operating short- and medium-haul flights under a wet lease for Eurowings Discover since May. On June 1st, the first of our own Airbus A320s will take off from Munich towards the sun. In August, two more Airbus A320s will join the fleet, which will grow to five aircraft in Munich by the end of the year. The current flight plan will be expanded over the next two months to include the Greek destinations of Samos, Rhodes, Chania and Zakynthos, as well as Bodrum and Antalya in Turkey and Hurghada, Egypt, and Ibiza, Spain, as the carrier announced in a broadcast.

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