Eurowings announces new service between Newquay and Stuttgart

Eurowings, a budget airline and part of Lufthansa, is set to add a Newquay-Stuttgart route to its portfolio with a once weekly flight every Saturday as of March 31, 2018.

The new weekly route will run for summer 2018. The flight will depart from Stuttgart at 08:25 and will arrive at Newquay at 10:25. The flight from Newquay departs at 10:55 and will reach Stuttgart at 12:50.

The new flight comes as Eurowings continues to increase connectivity between Cornwall and Germany. In addition, the airline has extended the season of its Newquay to Dusseldorf route, which is also operating each Saturday, to October 20. In total Eurowings will operate two routes from Newquay Airport next summer.

Markus Leopold, Regional Manager UK at Eurowings, said: ‘We are delighted to add Stuttgart, our second route here to our Newquay summer schedule and also expand the seasonality of our existing route to Dusseldorf. There is a growing demand from Newquay to Germany and vice versa and we are looking forward to see even more Eurowings in Cornwall in the future.’

Al Titterington, Managing Director at Cornwall Airport Newquay added, ‘We’re pleased to be welcoming an expanded route network with Eurowings for 2018. The addition of Stuttgart as well as the expanded season on their popular Dusseldorf route illustrates the strong demand for easy access to Cornwall from the German market and is a result of the positive relationship we have built with Eurowings. We’re delighted that our network of direct connections to Germany is expanding, offering more choice for passengers wishing to travel between Cornwall and Germany.’

The new Eurowings flights between Newquay and Stuttgart can be booked at www.eurowings.com or via the Eurowings app. Holidaymakers are also offered the option to book budget package holidays on the website through the Eurowings Holidays tour operator. These combine the new flight options with hotel offers, Cornwall Airport said in its release.

Cornwall Airport Newquay has registered a significant increase in its passenger traffic this summer. The airport handled a record 61,000 passengers during August, an increase of 30 percent. The airport growth this summer is more than triple the EU average of eight percent and will reach its 600,000 to 650,000 annual capacity limits, the airport noted.

 

Eurowings announces new route to Salzburg from Birmingham

German low-cost carrier Eurowings has announced that it will launch another new route from Birmingham to Salzburg in December.

The announcement comes after the airline launched its inaugural Birmingham-Vienna service. Home of Mozart and the Sound of Music, the Austrian city of Salzburg is located on the Salzach River. The city offers visitors arts scene, a strong classical music tradition, beautiful parks and quiet side streets.

Eurowings already operates services to Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Vienna from Birminghan. The new Salzburg flight will operate twice weekly – Wednesday and Saturday – from December 9, serving the ski community and city breakers.

On Wednesdays, Eurowings Salzburg flight will arrive from Salzburg at 0900 hours and depart Birmingham at 0940 hours. On Saturdays, the flight will arrive from Salzburg at 1305 hours and depart Birmingham at 1345 hours. All services are planned with an A320 aircraft configured to 174 seats, and tickets can be booked at https://www.eurowings.com.

William Pearson, Aviation Director for Birmingham Airport, said: ‘It’s fantastic to see Eurowings expanding its list of routes from Birmingham Airport so rapidly.

‘Salzburg is a great ski destination but also a great city break city which we are sure will make this route very popular indeed with our passengers all year round.’

Ivan Orec, Network Development & Airport Relations Manager for Eurowings said: ‘We are pleased to add a new Salzburg route to our Birmingham schedule, which will operate twice weekly, every Wednesday and Saturday, starting from the beginning of December.

‘We are also looking forward to bringing more ski passengers to Salzburg and offer them free of charge transport of their ski equipment.’

Germany’s Eurowings to launch Vienna service from Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport has announced the launch of new service to Vienna operated by German low-cost carrier, Eurowings, commencing March 26, 2017.

The home city of Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud, Vienna is located in the east of Austria on the Danube River. Austria’s cultural and political centre, Vienna’s attractions include several imperial buildings as well as museums showcasing works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt as well as other artists.

Eurowings’ new six times weekly flight service will arrive Birmingham from Vienna at 1845 hours on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, and depart Birmingham at 1930. On Tuesdays, the flight will arrive from Vienna at 1905 and depart Birmingham at 1945 hours; and on Sundays, the flight will arrive from Vienna at 1430 and depart Birmingham at 1510 hours. All services will be operated using an A320 aircraft with 180 seats.

The new service to Austria’s capital city is in addition to Eurowings’ current programme to Dusseldorf and Hamburg. Headquartered in Cologne, Eurowings is part of the Lufthansa Group.

William Pearson, Aviation Director for Birmingham Airport, said: ‘Eurowings is an important partner of Birmingham Airport as it already serves two routes to Dusseldorf and Hamburg which are hugely important to the Midlands Engine and the region’s leisure market.

‘We’re therefore very pleased that the airline will be launching a brand new route from Birmingham to Vienna this summer and I’m sure that it will be welcomed by customers looking for somewhere exciting to explore for leisure, as well as offering a convenient schedule for passengers travelling on business.’

‘We are pleased to announce a new Birmingham link to Vienna’, said Ivan Orec, Manager Network Development & Airport Relations for Eurowings. ‘The new route will operate six times a week from the end of March 2017, in addition to our 18 weekly services to Dusseldorf and three weekly services to Hamburg. We will continue to grow our network and to bring more passengers through Birmingham Airport’.

Eurowings to commence new Edinburgh – Munich route in March

Edinburgh Airport has announced a new direct service between Scotland’s capital and Munich by Eurowings.

The new five times weekly service – which will commence on March 31, 2017 – offers a greater choice of business and leisure links direct between Scotland and Europe. Munich was Edinburgh’s first twin city in 1954 and this new link will further build the business and cultural ties between Bavaria and Scotland, the airport reported.

The Eurowings flight will depart Edinburgh at 08.35 hours to reach Munich at 11.50 hours, on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. On Tuesdays, the flight will depart Edinburgh at 13.15 hours to reach Munich at 16.30 hours, while on Sunday the flight will depart the Scottish capital at 08.15 hours to reach Munich at 11.30 hours. For return, the flight will leave Munich Airport at 06.30 hours on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays to arrive Munich at 0755 hours. On Tuesdays the flight will depart Edinburgh at 11.10 hours to reach Munich at 12.35 hours; while on Sunday, the flight will depart the Scottish capital at 06.10 hours to reach Munich at 07.35 hours.

Edinburgh Airport’s Chief Executive Gordon Dewar said: ‘I am delighted that Edinburgh Airport has a direct new service into Bavaria; this offers even greater choice and is further confirmation of Edinburgh Airport’s position as a leader for connectivity between Scotland and the continent for both business and leisure passengers.

‘We are well on course to have handled in excess of 12 million passengers by the end of the year and we are continuing to grow, create jobs and make a positive contribution for Scotland’s economy.’

Malcolm Roughead, Chief Executive of VisitScotland, said: ‘VisitScotland plays a very important role in partnering airlines on innovative marketing programmes, helping to bring new and extended routes to Scotland’s network. We are delighted that Eurowings has introduced this new service from Munich, which will allow us to welcome even more visitors from one of Scotland’s biggest international markets.’