At the beginning of July, Eurowings already restored regular services between Schiphol and Hamburg, so that it is now flying to as many destinations from the Dutch airport as it did before the corona crisis.
Eurowings will resume more and more routes in the coming months, which means that 85 destinations are expected to be served by the end of the summer season. The number of bookings to holiday destinations is increasing among Germans.
“Even if the path to normalcy is still a long way off, the demand for tourism is noticeably increasing for us,” said Jens Bischof, CEO of Eurowings. “We answer this question with flights to the most popular holiday destinations in Europe.”