Eurowings is significantly increasing its flight programme for both business and leisure travellers and plans to fly up to 80 percent of its destinations again in the course of the summer. Following the lifting of the travel warning, interest in holiday destinations such as Italy, Spain, Greece and Croatia in particular rises sharply. This is why Eurowings will already be putting 30 to 40 percent of its flight capacity back into the air in July - with a focus on flights from Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Cologne/Bonn. The airlines of the Lufthansa Group are also expanding their flight programme.
Customers are asked to take into account the current entry and quarantine regulations of the respective destinations when planning their trip. Throughout the entire trip, stricter hygiene and security regulations may result in restrictions, for example, longer waiting times at airport security checkpoints.
From 8 June onwards, guests on all Lufthansa and Eurowings flights are obliged to wear a mouth and nose cover on board throughout the entire journey. This serves the safety of all passengers on board. The General Conditions of Carriage (GTC) will be amended accordingly. Eurowings also recommends that passengers wear a mouth-nose cover during the entire journey, e.g. also before or after the flight at the airport, whenever the required minimum distance cannot be guaranteed without restriction.