Eurowings made this announcement:
On May 1, flight EW8170 from Berlin/Tegel landed for the first time at Franz-Josef-Strauß-Flughafen in Munich.
From May 17, a fifth connection will be added to the Friday timetable.
On board of the first Eurowings flight with an Airbus A319 were about 80 passengers. The first flight from Munich to Berlin, which also took off at 09:15 on May 31, had 130 passengers on board. The flight time for the point-to-point connection is one hour and ten minutes.
The new Eurowings connection complements Lufthansa’s services on this route. In spring 2019, the two airlines of the Lufthansa Group will offer more than 300 weekly flights between the Spree and Isar rivers.
An overview of the connections:
EW8170 Berlin/Tegel 07:00 – 08:10 Munich (daily)
EW8172 Berlin/Tegel 11:30 – 12:40 Munich (MO-FR)
EW8174 Berlin/Tegel 14:30 – 15:40 Munich (daily)
EW8176 Berlin/Tegel 18:45 – 19:55 Munich (daily)
EW8178 Berlin/Tegel 10:35 – 11:45 Munich (only FR, from May 17)
EW8171 Munich 09:15 – 10:35 Berlin/Tegel (daily)
EW8173 Munich 13:30 – 14:40 Berlin/Tegel (MO-FR)
EW8175 Munich 16:45 – 17:55 Berlin/Tegel (daily)
EW8177 Munich 20:45 – 21:55 Berlin/Tegel (daily)
EW8179 Munich 12:40 – 13:40 Berlin/Tegel (only FR, from May 17)
Top Copyright Photo: Eurowings Airbus A319-132 D-AGWU (msn 5457) ZRH (Andi Hiltl). Image: 946263.
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