Eurowings open up new flight destinations in Europe and Southeast Asia

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New European routes from Vienna to Spain, Italy and Great Britain, and additional long-haul flight options due to the partnership with Bangkok Airways

New Eurowings continue to expand their short-haul and medium-haul flight plan by adding new attractive destinations. In future, the new Eurowings will offer point-to-point connections to popular travel destinations within Europe from Vienna International Airport. During the winter months between the 9th November 2015 and the 26th March 2016, passengers can book flights from Vienna to Barcelona or Palma de Mallorca. From the 9th November 2015, six times a week, Eurowings will also fly from Vienna to London Stansted; and in addition, three times a week from Vienna to Rome.


Vienna International Airport will be the first Eurowings location outside Germany, and new Eurowings will head for the new destinations in an Airbus A320 which is run and operated by Austrian Airlines. Flights will be offered by Austrian Airlines as code sharing flights. “We look forward to welcoming our sister airline Eurowings in Vienna shortly. Together, we will provide our customers with an even greater flight network at attractive prices”, says Andreas Otto, CCO of Austrian Airlines, the ‘operating carrier’ of flights operated from Austria.


From the 5th August 2015, all new European flights can be booked online via the websites or as well as via Germanwings’ service center by phoning 01806 320 320. Flights from Vienna to Rome or London Stansted are available for as little as 33 euro, the prices for the flight routes from Vienna to Barcelona or Palma de Mallorca start from 39.99 euro.


New interline agreement with Bangkok Airways facilitates interconnecting flights to destinations in Thailand and Cambodia


Furthermore, there is good news for all Eurowings’ lang-haul passengers flying from Cologne/Bonn. From now, the new interline agreement between Eurowings and Bangkok Airways facilitates smooth travelling to further dream holiday destinations in Southeast Asia. When arriving in Bangkok, customers of the existing Eurowings’ long-haul route can change to various connection flights provided by Bangkok Airways. Travel destinations made accessible within this partnership are, Koh Samui, the Thai destinations Krabi, Chiang Mai and Udon Thani as well as the Cambodian destinations Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

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