Winter flight schedule also starts in Stuttgart

An Airbus A320 from Aegean Airlines at take-off in STR (Photo: Stuttgart Airport).
An Airbus A320 from Aegean Airlines at take-off in STR (Photo: Stuttgart Airport).

Winter flight schedule also starts in Stuttgart

An Airbus A320 from Aegean Airlines at take-off in STR (Photo: Stuttgart Airport).
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With the start of winter on Sunday, the airlines are switching their offer to winter flight schedules. In Stuttgart, 25 airlines will then fly to 66 direct destinations in 26 countries. The STR route network is thus a bit denser than in the winter of the previous year. Many destinations are served more frequently again.

The largest airline at STR, Eurowings, also offers new destinations from Stuttgart. With flights to Lulea and Kiruna it goes to Sweden. From December it goes up to twice a week in the direction of the Arctic Circle. Destinations in warmer climes are still well served. Eurowings fly once a week to Marrakech and Turkish Airlines, Sun Express or Pegasus to a total of nine destinations in Turkey. Palma de Mallorca is also on schedule almost every day. With two aircraft stationed at the national airport, Tuifly flies continuously to the Canary Islands, Cape Verde and the Egyptian Hurghada.

Feeder flights to important hubs should also not be missing. From November 5th, Scandinavian Airlines will connect Stuttgart with its hub in Copenhagen three times a week. There are also other options for switching to long-haul routes via Amsterdam, Vienna, London, Istanbul and Moscow.

No check-in in Terminal 3

During the winter months, the airport is renewing the control system for luggage in Terminal 3. Therefore, there is currently no check-in possible, but the security check for passengers and the airport information desk are available there without restrictions.

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