Eurowings reports high demand

Eurowings tail fin (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Eurowings tail fin (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Eurowings reports high demand

Eurowings tail fin (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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The lifting of the international travel warning is said to have spurred the Germans' desire to travel.

The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings is increasing the flight schedule due to the "surge in demand". Around 80 percent of the destinations are to be resumed in the course of the summer. According to the company, the current bestsellers are: Palma de Mallorca, Sylt, Zurich, Ibiza, Barcelona and Lisbon.

Eurowings plans to offer around 2020 hot water destinations in July 100. The demand would have skyrocketed after the lifting of the worldwide travel warning by the German Foreign Ministry. Business travelers should also buy more tickets again. From Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Cologne / Bonn, double daytime connections will be offered again. In Berlin, Munich, Hanover and Nuremberg, the number of frequencies and destinations is to be expanded further.

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