Graz-Stuttgart: Eurowings wants to take a “short break” until the end of October 2022

Graz Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Graz Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Graz-Stuttgart: Eurowings wants to take a “short break” until the end of October 2022

Graz Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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In contrast to the flight connection between Graz and Stuttgart, according to Eurowings, those from Graz and Linz to Düsseldorf should be dry. In a statement, the company points out that the latter routes will be continued.

Demand between Graz and Stuttgart has obviously not developed as Eurowings had hoped. From a full Setting the Lufthansa subsidiary does not want to speak yet and explains that they will take a “short break until the end of October 2022”.

A spokeswoman: “According to current planning, the Düsseldorf-Linz and Düsseldorf-Graz connections are still in the program. After a short break, we will be resuming the Stuttgart-Graz route at the end of October for the winter timetable. Eurowings continuously monitors the development of passenger numbers and the associated demand in order to adjust capacities and connections accordingly."

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