July 2020: Eurowings increases capacity

Security card on board a Eurowings A319 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Security card on board a Eurowings A319 (Photo: Jan Gruber).

July 2020: Eurowings increases capacity

Security card on board a Eurowings A319 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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According to current plans, Eurowings will be in the air with 2020 aircraft in July 35. The capacity will be increased further over the summer. Great hopes are also placed in Varna and Burgas.

Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings plans to operate around 35 flights in July 320 with around 2020 aircraft from the A6.000 series. Of these, 1.200 are to be carried out from Düsseldorf. The number of destinations that are offered from this airport is increased from 35 to 50 destinations. The carrier intends to offer around 80 percent of the originally planned destinations again in the course of the summer.

Eurowings is currently assuming that the “Corona summer program” will consist of a maximum of 40 percent of the capacity of a normal summer flight schedule. "We are pleased that people want to fly again - and we are ready," says Jens Bischof, CEO of Eurowings. “Because we know that traveling in times of Corona is fraught with uncertainty. That is why we have implemented extensive protection and hygiene measures along the entire travel chain in order to provide our guests with the best possible support from travel planning to arrival at their destination and to give them a feeling of security. "

According to the company, the most popular destinations currently booked are: Palma de Mallorca, Sylt, Zurich and Ibiza. There is also increasing demand after Barcelona, ​​Lisbon, Rhodes and Heraklion. In the direction of Varna and Burgas, Eurowings is expanding strongly this year and is offering both destinations from various German airports.

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