Eurowings links Dubai to Berlin, Stuttgart

Jens Bischof, Eurowings CEO, talks about the first-ever connection between Dubai and Berlin, as well as connecting Dubai to automobile hub Stuttgart

Eurowings, the value airline of Lufthansa Group, has officially launched its first UAE routes with two direct flights between Germany and Dubai. These non-stop flights link Berlin, Germany’s capital, and Stuttgart, the automobile hub of the country, with Dubai International (DXB).

The new flight routes provide travellers with a convenient and affordable option to travel between Europe and the UAE. Flight durations are around six hours from Dubai to Berlin or Stuttgart and departure schedules are traveller-friendly, with afternoon arrivals in Dubai and early-evening departures bound for Germany.

Jens Bischof, Chairman of the Board of Management and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Eurowings, said: “We are delighted to embark on an exciting new phase of our journey as we launch our very first routes to the UAE. With Dubai’s unparalleled attractions and offerings and the city’s growth as a thriving hub of tourism, leisure, and business, coupled with the surging volumes of air passengers between the UAE and Germany, we aim to be a pivotal player in the ever-expanding travel landscape connecting Europe to the UAE and the broader Middle East. We are confident that our fast, affordable, and passenger-friendly services will help us establish a solid presence in this vibrant region, driving our sustained success.”

The Dubai-Berlin route marks the sector’s first direct connection. These routes are serviced by Airbus Neo A320, the world’s most efficient mid-range aircraft. The new routes are part of Eurowings’ expanding winter flight schedules, which feature attractive sunny getaways.