Nuremberg & Hannover The New Focus for Eurowings

Nuremberg & Hannover The New Focus for Eurowings
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Nuremberg & Hannover is the new focus for Eurowings as they aim to build up scheduling and routes out of those two areas.

As per Aviation Week, the low-cost carrier of the Lufthansa subsidiary wishes to base one aircraft at each airport over the course of the Winter 2023/24 season.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

What Will The Winter Schedule Look Like for Eurowings in Nuremberg & Hannover?

Nuremberg & Hannover The New Focus for Eurowings
Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource

What destinations will Eurowings serve from Nuremberg & Hannover over the Winter season? Let’s see the breakdown below:

  • Nuremberg:
    • Gran Canaria – Twice weekly.
    • Palma de Mallorca – Thrice weekly.
    • Hurghada – Thrice weekly.
    • Marsa Alam – Thrice weekly.
  • Hannover:
    • Gran Canaria – Twice weekly.
    • Palma de Mallorca – Four-weekly.
    • Tenerife – Twice weekly.
    • Hurghada – Twice weekly.
    • Pristina – Once weekly.

The CEO of Eurowings, Jens Bischof said the following on these additions:

“Out of the crisis, we have fundamentally changed Eurowings and developed into Germany’s largest vacation airline”.

“We will now expand this position in a targeted manner and also strengthen ourselves very significantly at Nuremberg and Hanover airports.”

Strong Travel Demand Leading into the Winter: Positive Signs Ahead…

Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource

Good signs are being shown for travel as a whole across Europe: So much so, that they are extending into the Winter season, which is typically a quieter period.

One example of this is UK leisure carrier Jet2 adding extra flights to Crete & Rhodes in November 2024, which does highlight how far back bookings are going currently.

This will no doubt stand to benefit carriers like Eurowings, who are placing more emphasis on airports across Germany such as Nuremberg and Hannover.

All eyes will be on them going forward to see how the Winter season goes for them.

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