Budapest Airport’s connections to Cologne are the latest to be re-introduced to the Hungarian gateway. Recommencing a four times weekly service to Western Germany’s cultural hub, the capital city airport welcomed the return of Eurowings yesterday. The German low-cost carrier (LCC), a subsidiary of Lufthansa Group, will utilise its fleet of A319s and A320s on the 958-km sector.
Balázs Bogáts, Head of Airline Development, Budapest Airport comments: “Resuming these services means Eurowings returns with flights to Cologne, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, and Stuttgart – 30% of all our operations to Germany this coming winter. This latest revival continues to help us work towards our goal to ensure we once again offer a rich variety of destinations to our customers.”
Eurowings’ resumption of all services from Budapest will see the airport offer more than 400,000 seats to the Central European country during W21/22 as the LCC’s flights join the gateway’s operations to Berlin, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Munich, and Nürnberg.