Eurowings operates from 10 UK airports to 9 destinations in Germany and Austria. With London’s Heathrow Airport being its largest operation offering seamless connections to important German business centres such as Düsseldorf. At a time when other airlines are reducing passenger comfort, Eurowings is proud to promote its greatest USP; legroom!
Eurowings offers 32’’ in the first 12 rows on its A320 fleet and the first 10 rows onboard the A319 fleet, which means that Eurowings offers the best economy short-haul legroom in Europe, while still offering low fares.
Since April this year Lufthansa’s low cost subsidiary is the first Low Cost carrier to offer a full flat Business Class Service on 5 of its intercontinental routes from Düsseldorf: New York, Fort Myers, Miami, Punta Cana and Cancun. From the UK the new BIZclass can be tested on connecting flights via Düsseldorf from London Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.
Whatever your budget, Eurowings has a product offering that meets every passenger’s requirements. The BASIC fare, for the price conscious customer, Eurowings offers a flight only fare with a difference, compared to other low cost carriers, guests on Eurowings can still collect miles.
Looking for a little more comfort? The SMART fare offers just that! Choose your preferred seat, enjoy an inclusive snack & drink, travel with one 23kg bag whilst at the same time still collect your miles.
For maximum comfort Eurowings also offers BIZclass across the short haul route network. This premium offering includes a seat in the first 3 rows of the aircraft with the added benefits of a free adjacent seat, 2 x 23kg bags, à la carte catering, lounge access, security fast track and priority boarding.
Furthermore, next to the already mentioned best economy leg room – Eurowings also offers on-board Wi-Fi and on-board entertainment.
Eurowings has over 10 bases across Europe which includes; Austria, Germany and Spain. The biggest base is Düsseldorf with more than 90 routes and 40 based aircraft, closely followed by the airlines head office city of Cologne. Other German bases include Berlin, Hamburg, Hanover, Munich, Nuremberg and Stuttgart. Whilst in Austria Eurowings operates bases from both Vienna and Salzburg.
Most recently Palma de Mallorca has become the first Eurowings base in a non-German speaking country, clearly marking the airline’s ambition for more pan-European growth. In 2017 Eurowings grew by over 30% and has continued to do so during 2018 after taking over parts of Air Berlin. This year it means Eurowings has grown by a further 8 million passengers by adding around 80 new connections and +30 aircraft across the fleet.
From the UK, Eurowings is proud to offer 26 direct routes from 10 UK airports connecting 9 airports in Austria and Germany.
London Heathrow is connected with regular daily flights to Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Stuttgart, whilst from Birmingham, the heart of the UK, passengers from across the Midlands can fly directly to Düsseldorf or Vienna.
London Stansted has 5 Eurowings routes: Cologne, Hanover, Munich, Vienna and Salzburg.
In addition the British cities of Manchester and Newcastle, Newquay and the beautiful channel islands of Guernsey and Jersey are also connected to Düsseldorf.
Scotland is also directly connected as part of the ever growing Eurowings network with direct flights to Düsseldorf whilst the stunning city of Edinburgh is connected to Cologne, Düsseldorf and Munich.
In 2015 Eurowings started its low cost long haul operations from Cologne, which subsequently were expanded to Munich and later Düsseldorf. In April 2018 the inaugural flight between Düsseldorf to New York took place, which was the first low cost flight featuring a full service complete with a full flat business class seat.
The long haul, full flat BIZclass is now offered on 5 routes from Düsseldorf direct to New York, Fort Myers, Miami, Punta Cana and Cancun. Additional long-haul destinations also on offer from Düsseldorf for winter 2018/19 will also include Bangkok, Havanna, Varadero, Cuba and Montego Bay, Jamaica.
The introduction of Eurowings’ intercontinental full flat BIZclass marks a big milestone in aviation history being the first low cost airline to lead in this innovation.
Apart from the 1.98m flat bed, BIZclass offers outstanding comfort incl. 64’’ seat pitch and 180° banking angle, intuitive and easy handling of the seat, additional stowage space, an individual in-flight entertainment system with a significantly bigger 15-inches monitor and an adjustable armrest which offers more space for the shoulder region whilst lying down.
What’s even better for Eurowings guests in BIZclass is that the catering won’t let you down either! From green Twinkies (Milchschnitte) to Poke Bowls it is the Eurowings vision is to bring passengers a fresh new approach that moves away from the conventional and traditional legacy carriers. Most notably recent cooperations with young and stylish partners are rounding up this cool, but still classy service: Craft Beer from Crew Republic, trendy wines from Geile Weine, tasty Lakrids by Johan Bülow or calming and refreshing mint tea by pukka.