We lease for Eurowings: seven A320s from Stuttgart, three from Düsseldorf

Airbus A320 (Photo: BriYYZ).
Airbus A320 (Photo: BriYYZ).

We lease for Eurowings: seven A320s from Stuttgart, three from Düsseldorf

Airbus A320 (Photo: BriYYZ).
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In the summer timetable, the airline Eurowings will have a total of ten Airbus A320 aircraft operated by Avion Express under a wet lease agreement. These will be stationed in Stuttgart-Echterdingen and Düsseldorf, the carrier confirmed.

The Latvian airline Air Baltic already has two Airbus A220-300 under contract. The two medium-haul jets are currently flying from Stuttgart on behalf of Eurowings. With the changeover to the 2022 summer timetable, these will be Düsseldorf Airport “move” and three more A220-300s join them.

Eurowings has also signed Avion Express. The carrier will operate its Maltese branch on behalf of the Lufthansa subsidiary with a total of ten aircraft. Eurowings confirmed to Aviation.Direct that seven Aviation Express aircraft will be stationed in Stuttgart-Echterdingen. Three more will be on the road from Düsseldorf for the Lufthansa low-cost airline.

The Wetlease aircraft will be gradually stationed at the two German airports from the 2022 summer flight schedule. In the high season, the entire leased capacity - including Air Baltic's A220-300 - will be available to the airline Eurowings.

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