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Eurowings GmbH is a German airline headquartered in Düsseldorf and a fully owned subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group. It serves a network of domestic and European destinations as well as some long-haul routes and maintains bases at Berlin Tegel Airport, Cologne Bonn Airport, Düsseldorf Airport, Hamburg Airport, and Vienna International Airport.
Eurowings has gone through a major transformation in recent years. It was part of Lufthansa Regional until October 2014. At that time it began operating on behalf of Germanwings within their network. Since spring 2015, Eurowings has been redeveloped into a low-cost carrier for short- and long-haul flights. By October 2015, it had also started to incorporate Germanwings’ route network as part of the merger of the two brands.
Source to Wikipedia
Eurowings’ active fleets consists of 61 aircrafts with a mix of Airbus and Boeing fleets. Divided as
- 11 Airbus A319-100
- 43 Airbus A320-200 (With aircrafts leased from Air Berlin)
- 6 Airbus A330-200 (Operated by SunExpress Deutschland)
- 1 Boeing 737-800 (Operated by SunExpress Deutschland)
Source to Airfleets and Wikipedia
About Airbus A320-200
In July 2014, the Lufthansa Group announced that Eurowings would replace its 23 Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft with 23 Airbus A320s. Ten of the A320s would be new orders, and 13 would be transferred from Lufthansa Group orders between February 2015 and March 2017.
On 1 February 2015, Eurowings started operating the Airbus A320-200, after taking delivery of its first on 20 January, which was received from Lufthansa and repainted in Eurowings’ new livery. This and further A320s would be operated on behalf of Germanwings for most of 2015, until Lufthansa consolidated its low-cost operations under the new Eurowings brand by end of that year.
The first Airbus A320-200 delivered to Eurowings was D-AIZQ. The plane had it’s first flight on 26/02/2013 (4.4 years old as August 2017) with Serial number as 5497 and equipped with 2 CFMI CFM56-5B4/P engines. The plane was delivered to Lufthansa at 07/03/2013 as D-AIZQ before being stored at January 2015 and transferred to Eurowings at 20/01/2015 using the same registration
The plane’s configuration has
- 174 Economy Seats
Source to Wikipedia and Airfleets
The plane had it’s first flight in 15/03/2017 as D-AYBQ (0.4 years old as August 2017) with serial number 7615 and equipped with 2 CFMI CFM56-5B4/P engines. The plane was delivered fresh to Eurowings at 24/03/2017.
The plane configuration has
- 189 Economy Seats
Source to Airfleets
I would love to see Eurowings’ A320-200 livery on Infinite Flight as this would be an interesting addition especially if you want to fly from Germany airports to other parts of Europe. Share your opinion and thoughts here 😊