Germany’s Eurowings will be adding services to Dubai in October, flying out of the airports of Berlin and Stuttgart.
The frequencies can be seen up to four times weekly on a non-stop service between the two cities and Dubai (DXB).
This will be the airline’s first time back in Dubai since 2016, and the destination will serve as a part of their 2023/2024 winter schedule.
The flights will be made possible with the ongoing fleet expansion, in which Eurowings will be seeing the new Airbus A321neo enter the fleet sometime this year.
The expansion will also make room for a few more routes, in this case, services from Hannover and Nuremberg from November.
Back to Dubai
The Lufthansa subsidiary, Eurowings, has announced their return to the desert metropolis of Dubai, with service from the two German cities of Berlin and Stuttgart.
The return marks their first time back in the city since 2016 and will be part of their winter schedule for 2023/2024.
The destination has been able to make its return to the route map due to a fleet expansion, in which Eurowings will be receiving Airbus A321neo aircraft.
This will therefore be the aircraft type to be used in these operations.
The routes start just days apart from each other, with Stuttgart coming first and the route’s official launch on October 29 of this year.
The services from Berlin will commence just days later, on November 1.
The services from Stuttgart will be flown with a twice-weekly schedule, departing both Thursdays and Sundays. Berlin will also see a similar frequency, with the flights departing Wednesdays and Sundays.
However, Berlin will see a greater frequency increase from the end of November, as Eurowings will increase the Berlin – Dubai services to a four-times-weekly service.
The flights are currently available to book on Eurowings’ website, with fares going as low as EUR 199,99 one-way.
More destinations in store for the winter
In addition to these two new services, Eurowings will be operating new destinations from Nuremberg and Hannover.
Destinations include the Canary Islands and Egypt, which will be possible to reach non-stop from both Hannover and Nuremberg in November.
The cities served in each of these countries will be Gran Canaria and Hurghada, two widely popular vacation hotspots.
The cities will be served up to three times per week from both airports.
Additionally, Lower Saxony will be able to reach the island of Tenerife on a twice-weekly frequency, and Fuerteventura is on the charts as well.
These services will make sure to underpin Eurowing’s holiday aircraft even during the winter season and suit the five AIrbus A321neo aircraft Eurowings will receive just well.
It appears Eurowings is on a great planning path in the utilization of their upcoming Airbus A321neo aircraft, and they seem to be keeping attractive destinations in mind, especially in the case of Dubai services.
By the time Eurowings land back in Dubai, seven years since its last flight to the city will have passed, and Eurowings appear eager to include the destination back in its network.
With great capacity and attractive cheap prices, Eurowings could be likely to see a great load factor on the service.
However, this remains to be seen.