It has been a long week for Eurowings as they have decided to both launch new connections to two Middle East countries and also replaced Ryanair. Eurowings says that they are to start new direct flights to Beirut, and Erbil, in northern Iraq, starting next month.
The flights allow German residents to visit their friends and family. Eurowings is a leader in this market and is expanding its position with the new flights. Visiting families and friends is above all appreciated in times of crisis. People of all nationalities often seek lovingness with their relatives. Eurowings make this possible with non-stop connections to the respective home countries.
Flights to Beirut will take off from December 19th and will operate from Berlin on Tuesdays and Saturdays. On the same day, the first flight from Düsseldorf will take off for Erbil, landing in Beirut on the way. The flights are also operating on Tuesdays and Saturdays. There will be another direct connection from Stuttgart to Beirut.
As for Eurowings’ other effort, they have managed to replace about 95 percent of the departing Ryanair at Düsseldorf Airport. The Irish Airline will withdraw several services from the North Rhine-Westphalia airport on October 24th which the German airline said would pick up the rest.
Eurowings has decided to increase its flight offerings from Düsseldorf to Mallorca, Ibiza, Fuerteventura, Tenerife, Malaga, Alicante, and Faro. From October, the airline will upsurge its flights to the Greek destinations of Heraklion, Rhodes, Corfu, and Kos.
Stuttgart and Düsseldorf are just the beginning, on a closer examination, the ultra-low-cost business model is on the retreat throughout Germany. Instead of not taking social standards seriously and offending partners and customers, Eurowings offers reliability.
In times of crisis, customers are not looking for five-euro tickets, but more than ever for an airline, they can trust. Eurowings says that they are pleased that they could offer even more customers in North Rhine-Westphalia fair.