16.09.2021 15:23
Group picture in front of Eurowings aircraft.

Photo: Graz Airport; from left to right.: Wolfgang Grimus/EMBA, Managing Director of Graz Airport, DI Wolfgang Malik, CEO of Holding Graz and Jürgen Löschnig, Managing Director of Graz Airport welcome the Eurowings crew.

Back to Stuttgart

Eurowings is now flying passengers to the heart of one of Germany’s most important business locations four times a week.

After a long break due to the coronavirus, the first plane from Stuttgart finally landed at Graz Airport today.

Flights are operated with one of the Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings’ Airbus A-319 Flights operate every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Eurowings is therefore once again linking the two strong economic and tourist regions together more closely. Direct flight connections are essential, especially for companies in the automotive sector.

Eurowings, a subsidiary of Lufthansa based in Düsseldorf, has so far flown the Graz – Palma de Mallorca route from Graz Airport. The airline is also a participant in the Miles & More frequent flyer program.

For more details and responses please see  the press release.

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