Eurowings has announced the first routes to Russia and Georgia
Starting this summer, Eurowings will fly to Russia and Georgia. Three new direct connections will be launched starting in July. Eurowings will fly from Düsseldorf to Ekaterinburg in Siberia and Krasnodar in southern Russia, as well as to the Georgian capital, Tbilisi.
Eurowings, Lufthansa's subsidiary, already offers numerous flights to Greece, Croatia, Algeria and Turkey. The most recent routes to Beirut in Lebanon and Erbil in northern Iraq were added to the Eurowings operational program in December 2019. Eurowings is a leader in this market segment and is increasingly expanding its position in response to growing demand. . As a result, more and more travelers benefit from direct connections with their countries of origin.
Eurowings flights to Russia
From Düsseldorf the Krasnodar
From July 19, passengers will fly directly from Düsseldorf to Krasnodar in southern Russia. The flights will be operated on Monday and Friday, according to the schedule below:
Months: Dusseldorf 11:45 - 16:55 Krasnodar / Krasnodar 18:15 - 21:30 Dusseldorf
Friday: Dusseldorf 07:15 - 12:25 Krasnodar / Krasnodar 13:45 - 17:00 Dusseldorf
From Düsseldorf to Ekaterinburg
Starting July 24, Eurowings will fly from Düsseldorf to the Siberian city of Ekaterinburg every Saturday morning. The return flight departs in the afternoon of the same day, arriving in the evening in Dusseldorf.
Saturday: Dusseldorf 11:10 - 18:50 Ekaterinburg / Ekaterinburg 19:40 - 21:55 Dusseldorf
Flights to Georgia
From Düsseldorf to Tbilisi
From July 21, Eurowings will connect Düsseldorf with the Georgian capital, Tbilisi. On Wednesday and Sunday, an Airbus A320 will take off from the capital North Rhine-Westphalia for Georgia.
Wednesday: Dusseldorf 11:45 - 18:00 Tbilisi / Tbilisi 18:50 - 21:30 Dusseldorf
Sunday: Dusseldorf 07:15 - 13:30 Tbilisi / Tbilisi 14:20 - 17:00 Dusseldorf