Eurowings expands to Stockholm Arlanda with a new direct route to Innsbruck
Lufthansa Group’s low-cost airline Eurowings continues to have strong confidence in the Swedish market’s desire to travel and is expanding operations with non-stop service from its new base in Stockholm Arlanda during the winter.
The airline will meet the demand of Swedish ski enthusiasts and launch a service to the Austrian region of Tyrol.
Eurowings continues its expansion in Sweden and at Stockholm Arlanda airport.
Alongside its summer 2022 schedule, the airline opened a new base and launched nearly 20 European routes, which complement the other destinations offered by Arlanda.
Alongside its winter schedule, Eurowings is now adding another direct route to Innsbruck, often referred to as the capital of the Alps, with its proximity to nine different ski systems such as St Anton and Ischgl in Austria, Cortina and the Dolomites in Italy. , and St Moritz in Switzerland.
In all, the German airline is offering a total of twelve destinations this winter from Stockholm Arlanda. Eurowings is the only operator with a regular service on this route.
From January 14 to March 25, Eurowings will serve the Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) – Innsbruck Airport (INN) itinerary with weekly departures on Saturdays.