Eurowings to expand aircraft based at Dusseldorf to 40 in summer 2018

    Eurowings announced (16-Feb-2018) plans to expand “strongly at its most important location” at Dusseldorf Airport in summer 2018, increasing its capacity by 30% year-on-year, equating to one million total seats per month. The carrier will increase aircraft based at Dusseldorf from 26 to 40, including three long haul aircraft for routes to Fort MyersMiami and New York. Eurowings CEO and CCO Oliver Wagner said: “The catchment area of ​​Dusseldorf Airport has more than 18 million inhabitants and is therefore the largest in Germany – with our offer we will consistently serve the enormous interest in short and long haul flights from Dusseldorf“.  [more – original PR – German]