Posted on: 04 October 2016 by Mark Howells
Eurowings is to add to its growing list of services from Austria in its new winter flight timetable, with Eurowings Europe flying, for the first time, from the new base in Salzburg to Zurich six times a week, to Geneva three times a week, to Brussels four times a week, Paris five times weekly and Hamburg thrice weekly as well as seven flights a week to Cologne-Bonn.
A number of new destinations will be served out of Vienna this winter with flights to Spain including Málaga, Fuerteventura and Las Palmas twice a week and to the Andalusian city of Jerez de la Frontera once a week. Rome and Pisa will be added to the list of destinations in Italy. Another new service from Vienna will be the weekly flight to Marsa Alam in Egypt. There will also be a new once-weekly service to Faro (Portugal). Passengers will also be able to fly to Nuremberg eleven times a week over winter.
Back in Germany, the long-haul programme during the winter season will be expanded with a once-weekly flight from Cologne to Havana, Cuba. The first winter service from Cologne to Miami (USA) and back will also be introduced and there will be more frequent long-haul services from Cologne to Varadero (Cuba), Mauritius and Phuket (Thailand).
Düsseldorf will benefit from the addition of services to Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Lisbon, while passengers from Hamburg will be offered new services to Tenerife and Fuerteventura.