Eurowings flies to Ukraine, Düsseldorf Airport and Leipzig / Halle Airport
Eurowings has started non-stop flying operations to Ukraine. From September 1st, Eurowings has been also connecting Leipzig / Halle Airport with Düsseldorf again.
The airline is launching a new direct connection and flying its passengers from Düsseldorf Airport to the Ukrainian capital Kyiv for the first time in a long time. For Leipzig / Halle Airport to Düsseldorf, the airline offers the connection up to eight times a week as part of the summer flight schedule, which is valid until the end of October. Also from September 1, Eurowings has started the Dresden - Stuttgart connection, which will be operated up to five times a week.
Eurowings currently offers four weekly flights from Dresden to Düsseldorf, which are served on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. At the beginning of September, the connection will be significantly increased and then flown nine times a week.
‘We, as Lufthansa Group airlines, are pleased to increase our presence at Boryspil International Airport and introduce our new Eurowings route Kyiv-Dusseldorf with 3 weekly flights. After 30 years of successful operation of Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines flights to Kyiv, today Eurowings enters the market and offers our travelers from Kyiv even more opportunities to connect worldwide. With the new connections, the Lufthansa Group airlines offer around 70 weekly frequencies from Ukraine to Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna, Zurich and now Dusseldorf’, Karsten Zang, General Manager Sales Ukraine, Belarus, Turkmenistan and South Caucasus.
The flights expand the offer in the area of "family and home visits," in which the Lufthansa subsidiary already offers numerous connections to Greece, Croatia, Turkey or Beirut in Lebanon, for example. Since July, Eurowings has also included flights to Tbilisi in Georgia, to Yekaterinburg and Krasnodar in Russia as well as to the Armenian capital Yerevan in its program. Eurowings is the leader in this market segment and is steadily expanding its position due to increasing demand. As a result, even more travelers benefit from direct connections to their home countries. In total, the Eurowings route network includes connections to more than 100 destinations in Europe.