Düsseldorf: Eurowings jumps into Lauda gap

95 percent of the supply is to be absorbed.

After Lauda has withdrawn from Düsseldorf, Eurowings has announced a new expansion course there. A statement said they want to replace 95 percent of the Ryanair offers that will be discontinued at the end of October. “This means that the most important airport in North Rhine-Westphalia remains well connected to Europe and its most beautiful tourist destinations.”

Specifically, the Lufthansa low-cost airline is increasing its capacities on flights to Mallorca, Ibiza and Fuerteventura, among others. A total of more than 80 routes are to be offered.

Last week it became known that Ryanair will also close the second German location of its daughter Lauda, ​​Düsseldorf, after Stuttgart, for the flight plan change in October. Around 150 employees are affected.


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