Eurowings is further expanding Friends & Relatives routes

Eurowings check-in counter (Photo: Eurowings / Maximilian Motel).
Eurowings check-in counter (Photo: Eurowings / Maximilian Motel).

Eurowings is further expanding Friends & Relatives routes

Eurowings check-in counter (Photo: Eurowings / Maximilian Motel).
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The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings is continuing to expand so-called ethnic air traffic in Düsseldorf and Stuttgart. Various routes, which are also aimed at people with friends and relatives at the destinations, are to be started from the end of June 2022.

From Stuttgart, Eurowings will now fly to Tunis, Tbilisi, Kütahya Zafer, Adana and Preveza. The Lufthansa subsidiary will head for the destination Mostar from Düsseldorf in the summer. In the past, the now defunct airlines SunExpress Deutschland and Germania were strongly represented in Friends & Relatives traffic. Eurowings is increasingly pushing into this segment.

From July 18 to September 12, 2022, Eurowings will fly from Stuttgart to Tunis (Tunisia) on Mondays. Tbilisi, Georgia, is scheduled to be served on Tuesdays and Saturdays between July 19 and September 24, 2022. The airline plans to fly to Kütahya Zafer (Turkey) on Wednesdays from July 20, 2022 to September 21, 2022. According to Adana (Turkey), it should go on Fridays between July 22nd and September 9th, 2022. Preveza (Greece) is scheduled to run on Wednesdays and Sundays from July 24th to September 11th, 2022.

Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) will be offered from Düsseldorf between June 30 and August 28, 2022. It is currently planned that the Eurowings jets will fly between the two cities on Thursdays and Sundays.

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