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Eurowings Airlines Guide

This comprehensive guide provides valuable insights into Eurowings Airlines, a German low-cost airline. From its diverse fleet and extensive network to its customer service and baggage policies, we delve into several aspects that make Eurowings a popular choice for travelers. The airline's evolution, partnerships, and pet policies are also highlighted. For more information about other major passenger airlines, check out the Airline Guide on Dive in to discover more about this German airline.

Company Information

With its headquarters in Düsseldorf, Eurowings Airlines serves over 100 destinations across Europe, Africa, and the Americas. The airline has seen significant growth in recent years, expanding its route network and increasing passenger volumes. For more details, visit the company information page.

Flight Status & Tracking

Stay updated with your Eurowings Airlines flight status through their website, mobile app, or airport FID screens. This airline also offers real-time flight tracking using GPS, radar, and satellite communication.

Check Eurowings Flight Status to get current departure, arrival, or delay status of any flight, including flight tracker on a map.

Airport & Airline Tips and Resources

Check here to get details on airports that Eurowings Airlines operates from, such as terminals used, baggage claim, check-in, and more.

If you need to see all of the EW flights departures (or arrivals) for a specific airport, use the Flight Status widget on this page, select your airport, and you’ll be presented with a list of flights and their full details.

Traveler’s Guide to Flights, you can learn about commercial flights, the flight booking process, how (and why) flight numbers are selected and retired, as well as insights into air traffic control and who the world’s governing bodies are for commercial aviation (like the FAA in the USA).

Aircraft Fleet

Eurowings operates a diverse fleet of over 100 aircraft, including Airbus and Bombardier planes. Read about the different planes, their uses, seating capacity, and the amenities they offer. For more, visit the aircraft fleet page.

Partners & Alliances

While not part of any major airline alliance, Eurowings has established several codeshare agreements and partnerships, offering a comprehensive network of destinations and travel options. Learn more about these partnerships and alliances.

Gateway Hubs

Eurowings Airlines operates using a hub system, with several bases of operations and hub airports across Europe. Its primary bases are Düsseldorf Airport and Cologne Bonn Airport in Germany, while secondary hubs include Hamburg Airport in Germany, Vienna International Airport in Austria, and Palma de Mallorca Airport in Spain. The hub system has been key to the airline's growth and success, optimizing flight schedules and improving passenger connectivity. Read more about Eurowings' hub system gateway hubs.

Flights & Destinations

Whether you're planning a quick weekend getaway or a lengthy international vacation, this guide will help you make the most of your travel experience with Eurowings. Learn more about their flights and destinations.

Baggage Help

Planning a trip with Eurowings Airlines? It's crucial to get familiar with the airline's baggage rules, limits, and fees to ensure a seamless journey. These regulations can vary based on several factors such as the type of baggage, frequent flier program membership, and whether you're travelling domestically or internationally. From carry-on bags to checked baggage and special items, understanding the specifics can help you avoid unexpected fees or issues. Stay updated with the most accurate information by checking the baggage info directly on the day of your flight.


Eurowings allows small dogs and cats to travel in the cabin, subject to certain restrictions. For more details on this, visit traveling with pets.

Airline Evolution

From a regional airline in Dortmund, Germany, in 1993, to becoming a subsidiary of Lufthansa in 2001, Eurowings has evolved to meet the changing needs of its passengers. Discover more about the airline's journey and its continuous efforts to enhance the travel experience in this airline history.

Quick Facts About Eurowings Airlines

  • Eurowings Airlines is a German low-cost airline and part of the Lufthansa Group.
  • The airline was founded in 1993 and has its main hub at Düsseldorf Airport.
  • Eurowings operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Bombardier aircraft.
  • It serves a network of domestic and European destinations as well as some long-haul routes.
  • Eurowings offers three fare types: BASIC, SMART, and BIZclass, each with different services and benefits.
  • The airline's frequent flyer program is called Boomerang Club, which allows members to earn and redeem miles on Eurowings and other partner airlines.
  • Eurowings offers in-flight entertainment on most of its long-haul flights, including movies, music, and games.
  • The airline also provides a range of food and beverage options for purchase on board.
  • Eurowings is known for its punctuality and has been awarded several times for its on-time performance.

Customer Service

From flight information to reservation assistance and handling lost or damaged luggage, Eurowings has all aspects covered. For more detailed information, including contact details, please visit the customer service page.

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