Posted on: 09 October 2013 by Mark Howells
Germanwings operations at Dusseldorf Airport for summer timetable have been announced with the timetable scheduled to begin on 30 March 2014.
At that time, the airline will take a number of routes from its parent company Lufthansa and also add new routes for a total of 31 destinations.
Germanwings is in the middle of taking on all domestic and European routes from Lufthansa which do not touch the Frankfurt and Munich hubs. For this, the airline’s fleet will expand from the current 38 to 87 aircraft.
In the first transfer of routes for the summer 2014 timetable, passengers from Dusseldorf will be able to fly to each of Dresden, Leipzig and Nuremberg 16 times a week. To European destinations Germanwings will offer the following weekly frequencies: Barcelona (12), Bari (1), Basel (12), Bastia/Corsica (1), Bilbao (7), Cagliari/Sardinia (1), Cardiff (1), Catania/Sicily (4), Dublin (4), Dubrovnik (1), Geneva (17), Heraklion (2), Ibiza (2), Izmir (1), Katowice (5), Lamezia Terme (2), Madrid (12), Milan (23) Newquay (1), Olbia/Sardinia (2), Palma de Mallorca (21), Prague (18), Split (3), Stockholm (12), Thessaloniki (4), Venice (7), Warsaw (17) and Zadar (1).