Eurowings launched a operations between Berlin Tegel and Munich on 1 May, a route which will operate 28 times weekly. In celebration, Munich Airport hosted a small gate ceremony. Eurowings becomes the third carrier to serve the airport pair, with Lufthansa already offering 105 weekly departures, while easyJet provides 50 based on OAG data.
Eurowings launched flights between Nuremberg and Split on 2 May, with the German airport baking this gigantic cupcake-styled creation to celebrate the new service. The route will operate twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays).
- Eurowings launched a domestic connection between Berlin Tegel (TXL) and Munich (MUC) on 1 May. The carrier will operate the 478-kilometre airport pair 28 times weekly, becoming the third airline to serve the route. It joins Lufthansa which offers 105 weekly departures, while LCC easyJet is offering 50 weekly rotations. Eurowings will operate the route using its fleet of A319s based on OAG Schedules Analyser data. Along with this high-frequency city pair, the carrier has launched two new leisure routes during the past two weeks. On 28 April it commenced a weekly (Sundays) service from Hamburg (HAM) to Jerez (XRY), joining Condor on the sector, with the latter operating a twice-weekly service. On 2 May Eurowings also launched its latest route from Nuremberg (NUE), initiating a twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) service to Split (SPU). No other airline presently operates the latter airport pair. The 2,247-kilometre link between Germany and Spain, plus the 771-kilometre hop from Germany to Croatia, will both be flown using the airline’s fleet of 737-800s. At present, the LCC has seven 737-800s in its fleet according to Flightradar24.com data.