Eurowings will transport tens of thousands of Romanian workers to Germany
During April and May, Eurowings will transport tens of thousands of seasonal workers from Romania to Germany. German farmers need people to gather crops. Over 40 seasonal workers will be transported from Eastern Europe (including Romania, Bulgaria and Poland) to various destinations in Germany.
Due to travel bans, seasonal workers can no longer move freely in European countries to help harvest crops. The German Farmers' Association has called on governments for a solution through which seasonal workers can be transported.
Eurowings will transport seasonal workers to Germany
Thus, Eurowings (part of Lufthansa Group) was given the mission to transport tens of thousands of seasonal workers to various destinations in Germany. Several charter flights will be operated.
For starters, it will fly from Iasi (IAS), Timișoara (TSR), Sibiu (SBZ), Cluj (CLJ) and Bucharest (OTP) to the destinations Berlin (SXF), Düsseldorf (DUS), Cologne (CGN), Frankfurt (FRA). ), Hamburg (HAM), Karlsruhe (FKB), Leipzig (LEJ) and Nuremberg (NUE).
This week the first flights between Bucharest and Dusseldorf would be scheduled.