Eurowings: New Destinations in Store for 2024

By Len Varley - Assistant Editor 4 Min Read
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A line of Eurowings aircraft on the tarmac.
Photo Credit: Eurowings

Lufthansa Group leisure carrier Eurowings has announced further additions to its network, adding two new European destinations for its summer and winter scheduling.

In recent announcements, Eurowings unveiled plans to introduce two captivating European destinations to its flight roster. This comes alongside a notable milestone: its inaugural flight from Dusseldorf to Tel Aviv.

Inaugural Flight to Tel Aviv

Eurowings marked a significant milestone on 16th March 2024 by inaugurating its maiden flight from Dusseldorf to Tel Aviv.

This inaugural service, priced attractively at 139.99 euros, operates twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays, offering travelers seamless connectivity to the vibrant Israeli city.

The flight, facilitated by an Airbus A320 boasting 180 seats, promises passengers a comfortable journey marked by Eurowings’ trademark hospitality.

A Eurowings Airbus A319 lines up on the runway.
Photo Credit: MarcelX42, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Summer Schedule Addition: Sfax, Tunisia Beckons

Adding to its portfolio, Eurowings has incorporated the Tunisian gem, Sfax, into its summer flight schedule for 2024.

Commencing from 8th July, travelers can embark on this Mediterranean adventure every Monday from Cologne/Bonn Airport and every Wednesday from Stuttgart Airport starting 24th July.

This expansion underscores Eurowings’ commitment to offering diverse and enticing travel experiences to its patrons.

Winter Schedule Addition: Finland’s Frosty Charm

Looking ahead to the winter of 2024/2025, Eurowings sets its sights on Finland, introducing flights from Dusseldorf to Kajaani in the picturesque Kainuu region.

 Scheduled for Saturdays from mid-January 2025, this addition caters to travelers seeking the enchanting landscapes and winter wonders of Finland, further enriching Eurowings’ seasonal offerings.

Eurowings’ Growth Trajectory

Eurowings’ recent network additions come amid robust growth trajectory and resilience in the face of challenges.

Bolstered by strong demand and strategic restructuring efforts, the airline recorded a record result in 2023.  The point-to-point business segment yielded a positive Adjusted EBIT of 205 million euros.

Central to this success is Eurowings’ strategic pivot towards the tourism sector, which witnessed a remarkable 40% increase in turnover, buoyed by heightened travel aspirations post-pandemic.

A Eurowings Airbus parked at sunset.
Photo Credit: Eurowings

Embracing Diversity: Eurowings’ Cultural Tapestry

Beyond its operational milestones, the airline prides itself on building a diverse and inclusive workplace culture.

With employees hailing from over 42 nations, Eurowings Digital epitomizes cultural diversity and collaboration.

Embracing an ethos of openness and exchange, the company champions English as its working language. It fosters a dynamic environment which encourages innovation and creativity.

Travel enthusiasts looking for affordable fares across Europe will find a reliable partner in Eurowings.

This German low-cost airline, a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group, offers a wide network of destinations for budget-conscious travelers.

Founded in 1996, Eurowings has grown to serve over 150 destinations across Europe and beyond. With a focus on short-haul and domestic flights within Germany, it also operates some long-haul routes.

The carrier’s central focus is the leisure travel market sector. Planning a weekend getaway to a charming European city or a business trip to a major hub makes it a great choice.

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By Len Varley Assistant Editor
Now the Assistant Editor with AviationSource, I have almost 40 years' experience in aviation, starting in Australian flight crew and training. I worked as CFI/Chief Pilot with 2 organisations and was also a CASA approved testing officer and aeronautics lecturer. This led to components procurement for civil operators and the RAAF, and then maintenance programming with a global airborne geo-survey operator.