Eurowings responds to growing demand for business travel
- Lufthansa subsidiary doubles flights to business destinations from September
- Significant extension of the network to DÃ¼sseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Cologne / Bonn
- More Eurowings flights also from Berlin, Nuremberg, Hanover and Leipzig
- CEO Jens Bischof: âSeeing sold-out business class on many flights for the first time since the start of the pandemic. “
- Ten newly reopened lounges at major Eurowings airports
Business travel is making a comeback after a long period of Corona: against a background of growing demand, Eurowings is significantly increasing its flight program for business travelers at its largest German airports. With the start of September for business travel, the airline will double its supply of short-term business routes compared to August 2021. This is the airline’s response to the growing demand for travel destinations. classic businesses such as Paris, London, Rome, Brussels, Zurich and Vienna.
“For the past year and a half, most business travelers have had virtually no personal contact with customers, business partners or international operations. These trips have now been caught up – across EuropeÂ», Says Jens Bischof, CEO of Eurowings. Eurowings, the largest airline in DÃ¼sseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Cologne / Bonn Airport, is a good example of this trend: bookings for business destinations more than doubled in just a few weeks, even though they were still at low levels. Bischof: “For the first time since the start of the pandemic, we are seeing sold-out business class on many flights – another clear signal that business travel is now making a comeback after the summer vacation ends.Eurowings is thus considerably extending its network and will again offer its customers from September around 300 business connections via direct flights.
Eurowings doubles its flights to business destinations
High-demand connections, for example to Zurich, Copenhagen, Dresden or Bremen, will now be offered twice a day with attractive off-peak times – with an emphasis on flights from DÃ¼sseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Cologne / Bonn. Eurowings is thus doubling its frequencies in September and October compared to August. Airports in Berlin, Hanover, Nuremberg and Leipzig will also be served more frequently from September, making it easier for Eurowings customers to plan day trips. Routes such as DÃ¼sseldorf-Leipzig, DÃ¼sseldorf-Nuremberg, Hanover-Stuttgart and Hamburg-Nuremberg are again in demand daily – and can be found accordingly in the Eurowings flight schedule.
New attractive trade routes across Europe
Other highlights of the flight program from September and October: Eurowings passengers can again fly directly from Hamburg in Prague, Paris, Barcelona, ââMalaga, Cagliari, Faro, Rome, London, Naples and Valencia. Of Cologne / Bonn, the airline will transport its guests to Budapest, Brindisi, Rome, Malaga, Bologna, London, Milan, Naples, Lamezia Terme and Salzburg. Stuttgart will be connected by direct flight with Alicante, Bilbao, Faro, Brussels, Graz, Rome and Milan. Of Dusseldorf, passengers will now fly to Lisbon, Linz, Zagreb, Kiev, Wroclaw, Geneva, Lyon, Dublin, Bucharest, Edinburgh, Jerez and Newcastle. The Canary Islands will also be served again in September and October by flights from Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne / Bonn, Stuttgart and DÃ¼sseldorf.
Ten airport lounges will reopen from September, among others in Cologne / Bonn, Sylt and Salzburg. During September, Eurowings passengers can make their journey even more enjoyable and enjoy the time before their departure in one of the ten newly reopened airport lounges, such as at Cologne / Bonn Airport. Among other things, hot and cold meals, drinks and free WLAN are offered. In addition to the applicable COVID 19 hygiene rules, hand disinfection dispensers are also available to passengers. Lounge access is available to Eurowings BIZclass passengers, Miles & More HON Circle members and Senators with SMART fare tickets. Miles & More customers also earn double Miles & More status miles as well as HON Circle miles on all Eurowings flights until the end of 2021. Double miles are credited automatically after the flight.
COLOGNE / BONN, September 2, 2021