5 times a week, on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday and from the beginning of May also on Thursday, “Eurowings” flies from Graz to Berlin. The flight time to the German capital is only 1 hour and 15 minutes.
“We are very pleased that we are now flying directly from Graz to Berlin for the first time,” says “Eurowings” CEO Jens Bischof. “With the new route, we are linking Styria more closely than before to the German capital region. At the same time, many Berliners and Brandenburgers can now discover southern Austria much more easily. The same applies to the Hamburg metropolitan region: on May 5, the new connection between Graz and the Hanseatic city will start with 4 weekly rotations. Together with Graz Airport, we are pleased about the successful expansion of our route network.”
Facts about the Berlin flights:
“The start of the Berlin connection is the prelude to an extensive expansion of services by Eurowings at Graz Airport this year,” informs Wolfgang Grimus, Managing Director of Graz Airport. “The beginning of May will see the opening of the 11th Eurowings base and the start of the connection to Hamburg, and then things will gradually get underway with many vacation flights. With the start of the Berlin flights, we are once again connected to one of the most important metropolises in Europe. Berlin is an important destination for Styrian business and industry as well as an extremely attractive city break destination for private travelers. At the same time, we expect that this direct connection will also bring many tourists and business people from Berlin/Brandenburg and the neighboring federal states to Styria.”
Holding Graz CEO Wolfgang Malik: “Our flight connections to Germany are quite volatile due to various developments, but as the owner’s representative I am optimistic about the future, not least thanks to the new Eurowings base in Graz and the additional, new connections it will bring. Our airport in Graz, as the largest regional airport in the Alps-Adriatic region, will in future offer an extended range of popular connections in Europe with Berlin and, with the forthcoming new Hamburg connection, will bring northern Germany closer to Styria in a particularly attractive way for business and tourism. I am confident that Graz Airport will soon reach the top level again in its multifunctionality as a regional airport with many international connections.”
“Eurowings” at Graz Airport:
“Eurowings” is significantly expanding its presence at Graz Airport this year. In addition to Berlin, a new flight connection will start 4 times a week to Hamburg in May. With the stationing of an aircraft in Graz, flights will also be offered to popular vacation destinations such as Chania (Crete) and Larnaca (Cyprus), as well as Hurghada, Karpathos, Corfu, Kos and Rhodes. Flights to Palma de Mallorca will be increased to 3 weekly flights and will be offered on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from May 14.
“Eurowings” is the value airline of the Lufthansa Group and thus part of Europe’s largest airline group. With its clear positioning as Europe’s value carrier for private and business travelers, Eurowings clearly sets itself apart from the ultra-low-cost carrier segment and enables its customers to fly inexpensively and flexibly with numerous booking options and extras as well as customer-friendly services. With its value concept, the German airline is responding even more strongly to the core needs of today’s air travelers: even greater flexibility, comfort and sustainability. Eurowings offers direct flights to more than 140 destinations within Europe. With 11 international bases – including Mallorca as Europe’s number one vacation island – the Lufthansa subsidiary is one of the largest vacation airlines in Europe. It currently operates a fleet of around 100 aircraft and employs more than 4,000 people. More info at www.eurowings.com
More info on the 2023 summer flight schedule can be found here!
From left to right: Roland Hladin, Senior Manager Touroperator Sales & Groups Eurowings, Jürgen Löschnig, Managing Director Graz Airport and Wolfgang Grimus, Managing Director Graz Airport with the crew of Eurowings.