Eurowings brings forward new Belgrade service


Eurowings will inaugurate its planned flights between Dusseldorf and Belgrade next year earlier than initially planned. The carrier had originally scheduled the service launch for October 20, 2022 but will now start flights on May 15 instead. Frequencies remain the same with four weekly rotations planned, although the scheduled departure and arrival times have been slightly altered. Further flight details can be viewed here. Overall, Eurowings will operate flights to more than 140 destinations during the 2022 summer season with around 2.500 weekly services. The offering almost reaches the same level as that of 2019.


  1. Anonymous10:36

    This move was expected. I think they were just looking to find enough planes for this move. They already got some BT A220s to operate as they are experiencing a fleet shortage.

    I can't imagine JU and W6 are happy about this but they will have to find a way to live with this development.

  2. Anonymous10:42

    EW should be creative and launch PMI-BEG. JU had charters in the past and there is growing demand. They have a mega base over there so it's possible.

    1. Anonymous11:54

      What is PMI?

    2. Anonymous11:56

      Palma de Mallorca.

    3. Anonymous12:58

      Looking at the destinations they serve from PMI, i am very certain BEG will be next.

    4. Anonymous13:16

      They are quite big there. They stepped in when AB went bankrupt.

  3. Anonymous11:00

    DUS is one of the top markets for ASL. First Wizz attacking at other routes then Eurowings now. I doubt there is much more time left for JU if they do not change drastically!

    1. Anonymous11:06

      Change what drastically? What do you want them to do? Ban Wizz Air and Eurowings?

    2. Anonymous11:13

      Knowing JU they will probably switch the A319 with the ATR and reduce it to two weekly. Knowing them there isn't much they can do really.

    3. Anonymous11:16

      Yeah sure because that has been their approach all along. Just like when Wizz Air announced Rome, JU announced increase in frequencies. Or when Wizz Air announced Sandefjord, JU launched Oslo or when Wizz announced Barcelona, JU restarted the route...

    4. Anonymous11:40

      Just a small correction, JU did not restart BCN because it was never suspended. They continuously operated flights once they were restarted after covid.

      I think what Anon is refering to is JU sending the ATR from time to time to both Berlin and Stuttgart during this winter when loads were light.

    5. Anonymous11:58

      If there is another company launching the route, why it should mean AirSerbia (or anyone else flying the route) do bad?! The market is big, they are targeting different clients and to be honest, low costs prices are not always so low...
      Competition is not to be afraid of.

    6. Anonymous13:21

      Exactly especially since JU isn't growing as fast as the Serbian market. Just look at the number of passengers and the difference between 2014 and 2019.
      Since the Serbian market is growing faster than JU, that means there is room for their competition which is good if you are a passenger.


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