The German airline is increasingly focusing on sunny holiday cities by the sea, which are popular with both bathers and city breaks.
The Spanish city Bilbao will be directly connected to Hamburg for the first time for a whole season from April 4th - every Monday and Friday. with Verona and Gothenburg two destinations in Hamburg's route network are also returning. From April 15, there will again be two non-stop flights a week to the Italian city. The machines in Gothenburg, on the other hand, start on April 29 and fly to the Swedish port city four times a week. New flights from Eurowings too Lisbon, Porto, Alicante and Chania. Those wishing to travel to the Portuguese capital will be able to get there twice a week from April 30th. From May 1st, the airline will fly to Porto three times a week. From April 30, Eurowings will also fly to Chania Airport in north-east Crete. From May 7th, there will be flights to Alicante in Spain every Tuesday and Saturday. In addition, the route to Mallorca seems to be performing well - the AUA sister company is equipping the destination with an additional daily connection.
“Eurowings is once again offering a wide variety of flight destinations from Hamburg in the summer – and that is exactly what is in demand now. The North Germans are looking forward to their travel summer. The desire for a change of scenery is particularly great. The new connections to Verona, Bilbao and Gothenburg make Hamburg's route network even more varied, which we are particularly pleased about. For many other destinations, Eurowings creates additional choices for our passengers,” says Michael Eggenschwiler, Chief Executive Officer at Hamburg Airport.