In the A330: Eurowings Discover will offer WiFi in the future

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The holiday airline Eurowings Discover intends to offer its passengers WiFi internet and access to the airport lounges on selected flights in the future. In general, the product range is to be coordinated even more closely with the Lufthansa Group.

In the course of the second quarter, Eurowings Discover will gradually start activating connectivity systems on its long-haul aircraft. In the future, travelers will be able to use the Internet on a total of ten of the twelve Airbus A330s, similar to Lufthansa's FlyNet service. Use is subject to a fee.

Eurowings Discover already offers its premium and status customers access to numerous lounges worldwide, especially on long-haul routes. The leisure airline is now gradually adding more airport lounges to its range, for example in Cancún, Zanzibar and Mombasa in the past few weeks. In the next few months, airport lounges will also be included in the offer on short and medium-haul routes, wherever available, in order to offer guests the greatest possible comfort. At destinations where there are no lounges, Eurowings Discover is examining options for making an attractive alternative offer to guests.