Eurowings is doubling its range of flights from Berlin-Tegel. Especially for their domestic connections, but also for connections including Palma de Mallorca, flight frequencies will increase with the start of the summer flight plan. Additionally, five new destinations are being added to the flight plan from Berlin: Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden (domestic), Salzburg (Austria), Jersey (Channel Islands), Newquay (Great Britain) and Lamezia Terme (Italy). The airline will now be flying from Berlin Tegel to 25 destinations.
“We welcome the commitment from Eurowings in Berlin,” said Prof. Dr.-Ing. Engelbert Lütke Daldrup, CEO Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH. “Stationing four additional aeroplanes at the start of the year as well as the expansion of their range of flights to 25 connections demonstrate that Berlin is an important location in the Eurowings route network.”
“Our commitment is, and will remain, strong,” said Eurowings’ Director and Chief Commercial Officer, Oliver Wagner. Eurowings is offering its customers 1200 additional flights to attractive German and European destinations to mark the start of their summer flight plan. Wagner added, “As one of the fastest growing airlines in Europe, it’s not only important for Eurowings to secure its already strong position in the German domestic market, but also to expand it – and that’s exactly what we’re doing with this capacity increase.”
The frequency of domestic flight connections will increase on average by 63%. They will be flying to Stuttgart up to 14 times a day (instead of 10). Düsseldorf will be flown to up to 14 times a day (instead of 9), Cologne-Bonn up to 18 times a day (instead of 11) and Nuremberg up to four times (instead of 2). The domestic connections to Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden will be flown twice a day in the start and end of the day. Salzburg features twice a day in the airline’s flight plan. From 28th April, Eurowings will be flying to Jersey, the Channel Islands and Newquay (both in Great Britain) every Saturday, as well as to Lamezia Terme (Italy) from 5th May, also on Saturdays. Additionally, the connection to Palma de Mallorca will become for frequent, from seven to 19 weekly flights.
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden: Direct to the south-west of the Republic
Guests can quickly reach numerous destinations in the south-west and the French border from Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport. Karlsruhe has the byname “the fan-shaped city” and, as such, is unique in Germany: From the stunning Baroque castle, the streets radiate in all directions like the spokes of a wheel. Baden-Baden is well known for being both a spa resort as well a media and festival city. On the French side, the UNESCO World Heritage city of Strasbourg and Alsace.
Salzburg: Mozart city in the idyllic Alps
Since 1997, the birthplace of Mozart has been a UNESCO World Heritage site and delights guests with numerous sights and cultural highlights. These include the Hohensalzberg Fortress, which peers over the roofs of the old town, and the annual Salzburg festival. Baroque stately buildings, the picturesque, historic centre and the idyllic site on the northern edge of the Alps make Salzburg one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe.
Newquay: The English surfing paradise
Situated in the English county of Cornwall, Newquay offers visitors a range of wonderful beaches, an almost Mediterranean climate and surfing conditions, which won it its name as “The Surfing Capital of Britain”. The former fishing village has always been a popular tourist magnet not only as a surfing hot-spot but as a family-friendly beach resort.
Jersey (Channel Islands): Wide variety in a small space
Jersey is a very special travel destination: British lifestyle meets French Savoir-Vivre on the largest of the five islands in the English Channel. The sunniest of all the British Isles offers unique, Mediterranean-style greenery, idyllic towns and a diverse coastal landscape. With its year-round warm climate, Jersey is also an ideal destination for hikers, surfers and beach lovers.
Lamezia Terme: Holiday in Italy’s answer to the Caribbean
Idyllic beaches, impressive mountainscapes and culinary excitement: Lamezia Terme is the ideal starting point for an exploration of southern Italy. The third-largest town in Calabria is situated near the Tyrrhenian coast, one of the most beautiful coastal areas of Italy and also known as “Costa degli Dei” (coast of the gods). Alternatively, the mountainous interior of Calabria also offers many hiking possibilities and untouched nature.