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Eurowings: contact details

IATA code: EW
ICAO code: EWG
Country: Germany
Operating bases and hubs: Düsseldorf Airport, Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt, Cologne Bonn Airport, Copenhagen Airport (Kastrup), Dortmund Airport, Hamburg Airport, Palma de Mallorca Airport, Václav Havel Airport Prague, Pristina International Airport Adem Jashari, Salzburg Airport, Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Stuttgart Airport, Vienna International Airport
Foundation date: 1990
Reward program: Miles & More
Parent company: Lufthansa Group
Subsidiaries: Eurowings Europe, Eurowings Discover
Address: Grossenbaumerweg 6, 40472 Dusseldorf, Germany
Phone: +49 (0)221 599 882 22 (in English), +49 (0) 30 915 88 620 (Germany), +1 833 272 14 46 (USA)
Email: [email protected]
Eurowings official website: eurowings.com

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Eurowings: fleet

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Airplane Number of aircraft Number of seats
Airbus A319-100 31 144-150
Airbus A320-200 55 170
Airbus A320neo 1 140-160
Airbus A319-100 (Operated by Eurowings Europe) 6 150
Airbus A320-200 (Operated by Eurowings Europe) 13 174
Boeing 737-800 (Operated by TUI fly Deutschland) 2 189

Eurowings: Web check-in

Web check-in for Eurowings flights opens 72 hours and closes 3 hours before scheduled departure.

Eurowings: Check-in at the airport

  • Check-in at the airport for international flights of the low-cost airline «Eurowings» starts 3 hours and closes 60 minutes before the flight departure.
  • Airport check-in for Eurowings domestic flights within Germany starts 2 hours and closes 40 minutes before departure.

Eurowings: fares, checked baggage and carry-on baggage allowance on short flights

Fares BASIC
Budget fare — miles included
SMART
Standard fare
BIZclass
Premium fare
Small cabin bag (max. 40 x 30 x 25 cm)
i.e. laptop bag, purse, small backpack
Included
A second small cabin bag can be taken on board for your infant (0-24 months) sitting on your lap.
Included Included
Large cabin bag (8 kg), incl. Priority Boarding
(max 55 x 40 x 23cm)
from €15 Included
1 item of hand baggage
Included
2 items of hand baggage
Checked bag up to 12 kg from €12
only bookable online or via the call centre
Not included from €70
only bookable online or via the call centre
Checked bag up to 23 kg from €17
when booking online
included for infants (0-24 months)
Included
a second checked bag is included for infants (0-24 months)
see checked bag up to 32 kg
Checked bag(s) up to 32 kg from €65
when booking online
Not included Included
2 x 32 kg

Eurowings: fares, checked baggage and carry-on baggage allowance on long-haul route

Fares ECONOMY
Standard class
PREMIUM ECONOMY
Comfort class
BUSINESS
Premium class
Baggage 1 x 23 kg (maximum dimension / piece: 158 cm) 2 x 23 kg (maximum dimension / piece: 158 cm) 2 x 32 kg (maximum dimension / piece: 158 cm)
Hand baggage 1 x 8 kg (55 x 40 x 23 cm) 1 x 8 kg (55 x 50 x 23 cm) 2 x 8 kg (55 x 40 x 23 cm)
Personal item 1 x (40 x 30 x 10 cm) 1 x (40 x 30 x 10 cm) 1 x (40 x 30 x 10 cm)
Sport equipment
  • One ski / snowboard set is free of charge
  • Sports equipment must be booked until the final destination including connecting flights of other airlines.
  • One ski / snowboard set is free of charge
  • Sports equipment must be booked until the final destination including connecting flights of other airlines.
  • One ski / snowboard set is free of charge
  • Sports equipment must be booked until the final destination including connecting flights of other airlines.
Special baggage Always requires pre-registration (online, at the ticket counter or via telephone) Always requires pre-registration (online, at the ticket counter or via telephone) Always requires pre-registration (online, at the ticket counter or via telephone)

Eurowings: Ticket Sale from Düsseldorf

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Eurowings: Flight destinations

Country City Airport
Albania Tirana Tirana International Airport
Armenia Yerevan Zvartnots International Airport
Austria Graz Graz Airport
Innsbruck Innsbruck Airport
Klagenfurt Klagenfurt Airport
Linz Linz Airport
Salzburg Salzburg Airport
Vienna Vienna International Airport
Barbados Bridgetown Grantley Adams International Airport
Belgium Brussels Brussels Airport
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar Mostar Airport
Sarajevo Sarajevo International Airport
 Bulgaria Sofia Sofia Airport
Varna Varna Airport
 Croatia Dubrovnik Dubrovnik Airport
Osijek Osijek Airport
Pula Pula Airport
Rijeka Rijeka Airport
Split Split Airport
Zadar Zadar Airport
Zagreb Zagreb Airport
 Cuba Havana José Martí International Airport
Varadero Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport
Cyprus Larnaca Larnaca International Airport
Czech Republic Prague Václav Havel Airport Prague
Denmark Copenhagen Copenhagen Airport
Dominican Republic Punta Cana Gregorio Luperón International Airport
Egypt Marsa Alam Marsa Alam International Airport
 France Bastia Bastia Airport
Calvi Calvi – Sainte-Catherine Airport
Lyon Lyon–Saint-Exupéry Airport
Marseille Marseille Provence Airport
Montpellier Montpellier–Méditerranée Airport
Nice Nice Côte d’Azur Airport
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Toulouse Toulouse–Blagnac Airport
Georgia Tbilisi Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport
 Germany Berlin Berlin Brandenburg Airport
Berlin Schönefeld Airport
Berlin Tegel Airport
Bremen Bremen Airport
Cologne/Bonn Cologne Bonn Airport
Dortmund Dortmund Airport
Dresden Dresden Airport
Düsseldorf Düsseldorf Airport
Frankfurt Frankfurt Airport
Hamburg Hamburg Airport
Heringsdorf Heringsdorf Airport
Hanover Hannover Airport
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport
Leipzig/Halle Leipzig/Halle Airport
Munich Munich Airport
Münster Münster Osnabrück International Airport
Nuremberg Nuremberg Airport
Paderborn Paderborn Lippstadt Airport
Saarbrücken Saarbrücken Airport
Stuttgart Stuttgart Airport
Sylt Sylt Airport
Weeze Weeze Airport
 Greece Athens Athens International Airport
Chania Chania International Airport
Corfu Corfu International Airport
Heraklion Heraklion International Airport
Kavala Kavala International Airport
Kos Kos Island International Airport
Mykonos Mykonos Airport
Rhodes Rhodes International Airport
Samos Samos Airport
Santorini Santorini (Thira) International Airport
Thessaloniki Thessaloniki International Airport
Zakynthos Zakynthos International Airport
Hungary Budapest Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport
Iceland Reykjavík Keflavik International Airport
Ireland Dublin Dublin Airport
 Italy Bari Bari Karol Wojtyła Airport
Bologna Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport
Brindisi Brindisi – Salento Airport
Cagliari Cagliari Elmas Airport
Catania Catania–Fontanarossa Airport
Florence Florence Airport
Lamezia Terme Lamezia Terme International Airport
Milan Milan Malpensa Airport
Naples Naples International Airport
Olbia Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport
Palermo Falcone Borsellino Airport
Pisa Pisa International Airport
Rome Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport
Venice Venice Marco Polo Airport
Verona Verona Villafranca Airport
Jamaica Montego Bay Sangster International Airport
Kosovo Pristina Pristina International Airport
Mauritius Port Louis Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport
Mexico Cancún Cancún International Airport
Montenegro Tivat Tivat Airport
 Morocco Agadir Agadir–Al Massira Airport
Marrakesh Marrakesh Menara Airport
Nador Nador International Airport
Tangier Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport
Namibia Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport
Netherlands Amsterdam Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
North Macedonia Ohrid Ohrid St. Paul the Apostle Airport
Norway Oslo Oslo Gardermoen Airport
 Poland Gdańsk Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport
Kraków John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice
Poznań Poznań-Ławica Airport
Wrocław Copernicus Airport Wrocław
 Portugal Faro Faro Airport
Funchal Funchal Airport
Lisbon Lisbon Airport
Porto Porto Airport
Porto Santo Porto Santo Airport
 Romania Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport
Cluj Avram Iancu Cluj International Airport
Sibiu Sibiu Airport
Timișoara Timișoara Traian Vuia International Airport
 Russia Krasnodar Pashkovsky Airport
Yekaterinburg Koltsovo Airport
Serbia Belgrade Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
Slovakia Košice Košice International Airport
South Africa Cape Town Cape Town International Airport
 Spain Alicante Alicante–Elche Airport
Barcelona Barcelona–El Prat Airport
Bilbao Bilbao Airport
Fuerteventura Fuerteventura Airport
Ibiza Ibiza Airport
Jerez de la Frontera Jerez Airport
La Palma La Palma Airport
Lanzarote Lanzarote Airport
Las Palmas Gran Canaria Airport
Málaga Málaga Airport
Menorca Menorca Airport
Palma de Mallorca Palma de Mallorca Airport
Tenerife Tenerife South Airport
Valencia Valencia Airport
 Sweden Gothenburg Göteborg Landvetter Airport
Stockholm Stockholm Arlanda Airport
  Switzerland Geneva Geneva Airport
Zurich Zurich Airport
 Switzerland
France
Germany
Basel
Mulhouse
Freiburg
EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg
 Thailand Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Phuket Phuket International Airport
 Tunisia Monastir Monastir Habib Bourguiba International Airport
Tunis Tunis–Carthage International Airport
 Turkey Antalya Antalya Airport
Izmir İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport
Samsun Samsun-Çarşamba Airport
Kütahya Zafer Airport
Ukraine Kyiv Boryspil International Airport
United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai International Airport
 United Kingdom Birmingham Birmingham Airport
Bristol Bristol Airport
Cardiff Cardiff Airport
East Midlands East Midlands Airport
Edinburgh Edinburgh Airport
Glasgow Glasgow Airport
Guernsey Guernsey Airport
Jersey Jersey Airport
London Heathrow Airport
London Stansted Airport
Manchester Manchester Airport
Newcastle Upon Tyne Newcastle Airport
Newquay Newquay Airport
 United States Boston Logan International Airport
Fort Myers Southwest Florida International Airport
Las Vegas McCarran International Airport
Miami Miami International Airport
Newark Newark Liberty International Airport
New York City John F. Kennedy International Airport
Orlando Orlando International Airport
Seattle Seattle–Tacoma International Airport

Eurowings: History

Eurowings GmbH is a German airline based in Düsseldorf. It is a subsidiary of Lufthansa and has been bundling its flight offerings away from its Frankfurt and Munich hubs since 2015. Eurowings no longer positions itself as a low-cost airline like Ryanair or Wizz Air, but as a «value airline» with low-cost flights.

Eurowings Luftverkehrs AG was formed in 1993 through the merger of Nürnberger Flugdienst (NFD) and RFG — Regionalflug in Dortmund. Albrecht Knauf initially held 98.2 per cent of the Eurowings shares. Eurowings later connected some German regional airports with Amsterdam and Paris in cooperation with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Air France. In 1996, about 500,000 passengers were carried on these routes.

As of 1 January 2001, Deutsche Lufthansa AG initially held a 24.9 per cent stake in the airline, which was increased to 49 per cent on 1 April 2004. As of 22 December 2005, a voting trust agreement existed between Lufthansa and a trustee of the majority shareholder Albrecht Knauf, by which a further 1.0001 per cent of the Eurowings shares were attributed to Lufthansa and it thus had economic control over Eurowings. Within the Knauf Group, the shareholdings were allocated to Eurowings Beteiligungs GmbH. The regional flight connections of Eurowings were marketed as Lufthansa flights, and the aircraft largely bore the livery of Lufthansa Regional — the Eurowings brand thus disappeared from the market.

Lufthansa took over 100 per cent of Eurowings on 13 August 2011. On 1 November 2011, the legal form was changed to a limited liability company (GmbH). The reason for the conversion was to adapt to Lufthansa’s shareholding structures. A wholly owned subsidiary of Eurowings AG was the low-cost airline Germanwings, which was founded in 1997 as Eurowings Flug GmbH and renamed Germanwings GmbH on 27 October 2002. Germanwings was sold to Lufthansa on 1 January 2009. The latter managed the company via Lufthansa Commercial Holding GmbH.

In January 2010 Eurowings announced that all Bombardier CRJ200s and CRJ700s would be successively phased out for economic reasons. This meant a halving of the previous fleet. In March 2010, plans were also published according to which the administration would move from Dortmund to Düsseldorf on 1 September 2010. A large part of the Eurowings fleet was already stationed there. Finally, as of 1 March 2011, the technical operations were also concentrated in Düsseldorf, and the aircraft hangar in Nuremberg was abandoned. Furthermore, it was decided to take over a further eight Bombardier CRJ900s.

From 27 October 2013, Eurowings also operated flights on behalf of Germanwings. On 7 April 2020, the parent company Lufthansa announced the discontinuation of flight operations by Germanwings.

On 3 December 2014, the Lufthansa Supervisory Board approved the Wings concept. Originally, the plan was to have the aircraft operated by crews from Austrian Airlines, which is why Eurowings Europe GmbH was founded in August 2015 with headquarters in Vienna. Three Airbus A320-200s were stationed in Vienna-Schwechat from June 2016.

In October 2015, the flights of Germanwings and Eurowings were bundled and have since been offered under the brand name «Eurowings». Therefore, the Bombardier fleet of Eurowings was supplemented by Airbus A320-200 aircraft. On 25 October 2015, Eurowings GmbH took over responsibility for the flights and is now the contractual partner for passengers. Germanwings has been Eurowings’ wetlease operator since 1 November 2015. Aircraft and the aviation personnel are thus used by Germanwings on behalf of Eurowings (ACMI contracts). Two A330-200s were leased for the long-haul route, which Sunexpress Deutschland has been operating under a wet lease agreement since 2 November 2015. In November 2015, Eurowings’ first long-haul flight took off with an Airbus A330-200 on the Cologne/Bonn-Varadero (Cuba) route.

In January 2016, critical media reports about Eurowings increased, among other things because of long delays and cancellations on long-haul routes. According to its own information, seven per cent of all Eurowings long-haul flights were delayed.

The parent company Lufthansa reacted in mid-January by setting up a task force. At the beginning of February 2016, a plan of action was presented that aims to reduce delays with more aircraft and fewer destinations, among other things. Flights to Boston and Las Vegas, for example, which had been scheduled for 4 May, were initially postponed by a month to 1 June, and flights to Iran were put on hold altogether for the time being. The flights to Boston started as planned, but were cancelled again on 28 August. Miami was added to the flight schedule on 1 September 2016.

In mid-May 2016, the airline entered into a new partnership with the Borussia Dortmund football club. This also includes transporting the team to Champions League matches, which was previously provided by Turkish Airlines. For this purpose, an Airbus A320-200 was given a special livery. This partnership is intended to raise the airline’s profile across Europe.

In 2017, the long-haul fleet was expanded to four aircraft. In July 2017, Eurowings launched a new long-haul service to Namibia. From November 2017, Eurowings flew to destinations in the Caribbean from Düsseldorf to replace the flight cancellations caused by the insolvency of Air Berlin in October 2017.

From the 2018 summer timetable, Eurowings took over the long-haul routes from Düsseldorf to Miami and from Berlin to New York from its parent company Lufthansa; it also added new long-haul routes as well as those formerly operated by Air Berlin, such as from Düsseldorf to New York JFK and Fort Myers (the flights were operated by Brussels Airlines). From November 2018, all long-haul flights were transferred from Cologne/Bonn to Düsseldorf. In June 2019, it was announced that Eurowings would cease long-haul operations and the fleet would be standardised on the Airbus A320 family.

At the end of 2016 it became known that Lufthansa would take over up to 40 aircraft of the Airbus A320 family on wet lease from Air Berlin. This agreement was approved by the German Federal Cartel Office on 30 January 2017. 35 aircraft will now be used by Eurowings, five went to Austrian Airlines. These were leased from Lufthansa for six years and have been used in the Eurowings route network since the 2017 summer flight schedule. Eurowings assumed the economic risk. On 15 February 2017, Eurowings took its last Bombardier CRJ900 out of service, sealing the end of Eurowings as a regional airline.

On 15 August 2017, Air Berlin filed for insolvency in self-administration. Lufthansa then announced that it was entering into negotiations to take over parts of the insolvency estate in order to continue operating the aircraft originating from Air Berlin.

At the same time, a merger with Brussels Airlines was planned until the end of 2020, but was abandoned in June 2019. From summer 2021, long-haul tourist flights are to be offered by Eurowings Discover.

Eurowings primarily operates flights to German and European destinations from its bases. Since the winter flight schedule 2019/2020, destinations in Africa and North America have also been offered from Frankfurt.

From November 2017 to early April 2020, German Airways (formerly Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter; LGW for short) operated a number of De Havilland DHC-8-400s for Eurowings on short intra-European routes from Düsseldorf. The destinations included London Heathrow Airport and Paris Charles-de-Gaulle.

Other destinations will be offered by Eurowings Europe from Salzburg, Vienna, Palma de Mallorca, Pristina, Prague and, from March 2022, Stockholm/Arlanda under the Eurowings name.

Eurowings has codeshare agreements with All Nippon Airways, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Swiss and United Airlines. Since October 2017, Eurowings has been offering feeder flights for South African Airways, as this airline now only serves the destinations Frankfurt, London and Munich in Europe.

Eurowings is a sponsor of the 1st Bundesliga football team Borussia Dortmund and the 1st Bundesliga women’s volleyball team Allianz MTV Stuttgart.

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