Summer 2022: Eurowings is flying to more destinations than ever before

Airbus A330 (Photo: Eurowings Discover).
Airbus A330 (Photo: Eurowings Discover).

Summer 2022: Eurowings is flying to more destinations than ever before

Airbus A330 (Photo: Eurowings Discover).
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For the first time, the airline has more than 140 routes on its list - and thus more destinations than ever before. With around 2.500 weekly flights, the Eurowings offer is almost at the level of the time before Corona.

Ab Hamburg Eurowings will fly the Portuguese metropolises for the first time in the summer of 2022 Lisbon  and Porto as well as the Spanish destinations Alicante  and Bilbao on. In addition, travelers from the Hanseatic city are coming directly to Italy for the first time Verona and after Gothenburg. From Stuttgart the carrier is expanding its offer with a focus on destinations in southern Europe: for the first time in the program Porto (Portugal), Adana  and Kütahya-Zafer (Turkey), Preveza (Greece), Tbilisi (Georgia) as well Tivat (Montenegro) and Tunis(Tunisia). The Romanian is also back in the flight plan Timisoara.

Ab Düsseldorf Eurowings offers the new destinations to which it will fly in winter 2021/22 BergamoFunchal  and Tromsø also in the summer flight schedule 2022. For the first time, Eurowings is also going from Düsseldorf to the Greek port city Volos in the Thessaly region. The Serbian capital is new to the program Belgrade. In addition, the airline is also flying again Kosice (Slovakia) and Mostar (Bosnia Herzegovina). away Cologne / Bonn Germany's largest holiday airline is now also flying to the Canary Island in summer Tenerife as well as after Alicante. After the Corona break, the popular Turkish destinations are also there Izmir  and Kayseri back on the Eurowings flight schedule from Cologne / Bonn.

The German low-cost company continues to offer flexible rebooking conditions and a general return flight guarantee: Passengers can change their flights free of charge up to 40 minutes before departure, rebook as often as they want and change to another travel destination within Europe free of charge.

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