Eurowings expands at Graz and Berlin

Eurowings is significantly expanding its presence at Graz Airport and will be expanding its range of attractive direct flight destinations in the summer of 2023.

With the new destinations Chania (Crete) and Larnaca, as well as Hurghada, Karpathos, Corfu, Kos and Rhodes, seven destinations in the popular holiday destinations Greece, Egypt and Cyprus are on the schedule. An expansion of capacity to Mallorca is in the planning stage.

In addition to the expansion towards the south, Eurowings is increasing its range of city connections to Germany: the Lufthansa subsidiary will connect Graz, the capital of Styria in Austria, with Berlin and Hamburg in the 2023 summer flight schedule. Together with the connections to Düsseldorf and Stuttgart, travellers from Graz will then be able to choose from up to 25 weekly flights to the German city destinations. Business travellers in particular will benefit from greater flexibility on their trip.

In the course of this expansion, Eurowings will also station an aircraft at Graz Airport, making Graz  the eleventh Eurowings base and part of the growth course of the leading value carrier.

Eurowings destinations in the coming summer flight schedule:

Destination Weekly freqencies Day of operation
Berlin                         new 5x MO, WED, THU, FR, SUN
Düsseldorf                 more frequently 8x MO – FR
Hamburg                   new 4x MO, THU, FR, SO
Stuttgart                    more frequently 8x MO – FR
Chania                      new 1x TUE
Hurghada                  new 2x WED + SUN
Karpathos                 new 1x TUE
Corfu                         new 1x FR
Kos                            new 2x MO + FR
Larnaca                     new 1x SAT
Palma de Mallorca    more frequently 2x (3x) THU + SUN
Rhodes                     neu 2x THU+ SA

In other news, Eurowings is completing its program for the coming summer with five more destionations from Berlin (BER).

From March 2023, the Lufthansa subsidiary will also connect Nice (France), Zakynthos (Greece), Ibiza (Spain), Porto (Portugal) and Graz (Austria) directly with the German capital. At the same time, Eurowings is increasing its connections to existing destinations: for example, the Germans’ most popular island – Majorca – will be served up to three times a day in future, for a total of around 20 times a week. There will also be more flights to Sweden: Eurowings will be flying to the capital Stockholm up to eleven times a week from the start of the summer flight schedule. Flights in the basic fare start from 39.99 euros. Only a few weeks ago, Eurowings announced significant growth at its base in the German capital. Six stationed aircraft will take travellers from BER to around 30 destinations throughout Europe – whether on holiday or to a business meeting. A fourth aircraft will strengthen Eurowings’ growth path at the capital’s airport as early as the current winter flight schedule 2022/23.

The complete Eurowings program in summer 2023 from BER:

Destinations in Northern Europe

  • Denmark: Copenhagen
  • Finland: Helsinki
  • Sweden: Gothenburg, Stockholm

Destinations in Central Europe

  • Germany: Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart
  • Austria: Salzburg, Graz (NEW)

Destinations in Southern Europe

  • Greece: Heraklion, Rhodes, Kos, Zakynthos (NEW)
  • Croatia: Dubrovnik, Rjieka, Split, Zadar
  • Spain: Alicante, Malaga, Majorca, Ibiza (NEW)
  • France: Bastia, Nice (NEW)
  • Portugal: Porto (NEW)
  • Turkey: Antalya
  • Cyprus: Larnaca

Destinations in the Family and Home Visits Portfolio

  • Lebanon: Beirut

Top Copyright Photo: Eurowings Airbus A320-214 WL D-AIZS (msn 5557) (Fuelled by the World’s Greatest Team) MUC (Gunter Mayer). Image: 959664.

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