Eurowings Airlines: Aircraft Fleet
Eurowings Airlines is a German low-cost carrier that operates a modern fleet of aircraft. The airline has a total of 104 aircraft in its fleet, which consists of Airbus A319, A320, A321, A330, and Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 planes.
The Airbus A320 family is the backbone of Eurowings' fleet, with a total of 67 aircraft in service. The airline operates 23 A319s, 35 A320s, and 9 A321s. These planes are used for short and medium-haul flights within Europe, with a seating capacity ranging from 144 to 220 passengers.
Eurowings also operates 17 Airbus A330 planes, which are used for long-haul flights to destinations in North America, the Caribbean, and Asia. These planes have a seating capacity of up to 310 passengers and are equipped with state-of-the-art amenities such as lie-flat seats, personal entertainment systems, and Wi-Fi.
In addition to its Airbus fleet, Eurowings also operates 20 Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 planes, which are used for regional flights within Europe. These planes have a seating capacity of up to 78 passengers and are known for their fuel efficiency and low operating costs.
Eurowings has made significant deals regarding its aircraft fleet in recent years. The airline announced that it would be phasing out its entire fleet of Airbus A340 planes and replacing them with more fuel-efficient A330s. The move was part of the airline's efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and operate a more sustainable fleet.