Eurowings enters two new long-haul markets

Eurowings commences US and African flights from its Cologne Bonn base. 

On 11 July, Eurowings started twice-weekly operations from its Cologne Bonn base to Seattle-Tacoma. The US airport has welcomed six new international airlines since 2016: Aeromexico, Eurowings, Norwegian, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Volaris and Xiamen Airlines.

  • Eurowings commenced seasonal twice-weekly (Tuesdays and Saturdays) services from Cologne Bonn (CGN) to Seattle-Tacoma (SEA) on 11 July. In addition to Cologne Bonn, Seattle-Tacoma will add new non-stop service to Mexico City and London Gatwick later this year. The following day, the airline started twice-weekly (Wednesdays and Sundays) to Windhoek (WDH). Flights from Germany’s fourth-largest city to Namibia’s capital and the city on Puget Sound in the US’ Pacific Northwest will both be operated by the carrier’s 310-seat A330-200 fleet, and neither route faces any direct competition.

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