Eurowings has secured its first Airbus A321 in what is described as an essential moment for the carrier as the summer season approaches.
The first A321 has come from Lufthansa as part of a fleet swap. It has been repainted and is now ready for service on the Eurowings network. It was named ‘Mallorca Airbus’ after Germany’s important holiday market. These A321s are kitted out with 230 seats and therefore have additional capacity for popular routes across the network.
Eventually, Eurowings will have many A321 family aircraft. Included are 6 of the A321ceo aircraft coming from Lufthansa and will undergo a significant transformation before they’re cleared to fly. Alongside the aircraft coming across from Lufthansa, the airline will welcome four brand-new A321neo aircraft that will all join by the end of 2023.
As mentioned, the summer season is expected to be hugely crucial for Eurowings. Therefore the additional capacity will be incredibly beneficial, and that’s what the A321 can offer airlines.
Eurowings offers flights to more than 140 destinations in 37 countries in what is said to be an attractive flight programme. More than 380 different routes exist, and holiday favourites are all included giving customers unlimited flexibility as the summer season approaches.