The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings is extending the flight breaks in Austria-Germany traffic by several weeks. From Vienna the destinations Hanover, Cologne / Bonn and Stuttgart are affected. There are no plans to fly to Baden-Württemberg and Lower Saxony before February 1, 2021.
Likewise, the offer to Cologne / Bonn will be paused until at least this date. Düsseldorf and Hamburg have not been suspended and are still in operation. Passengers on the routes served by Austrian Airlines will now be offered AUA tickets on the Eurowings website.
In Klagenfurt, individual trips to Cologne / Bonn are planned for December 2020 and January 2021 around Christmas and the turn of the year. Otherwise, this route should pause until February 1, 2021.
In Salzburg, the Cologne route will be suspended until the beginning of February 2021. Occasionally, however, flights with a change in Hamburg are offered, because this route is to be operated in December 2020 with a low frequency and a little more around Christmas / New Year. From January 9, 2020, Salzburg-Hamburg will also be paused again until at least February 1, 2021. The Berlin route will also continue to be paused, although there are occasional transfer offers via Düsseldorf and, for a short time, Hamburg.
According to the current status, Düsseldorf is offered continuously from Salzburg, but outside of the Christmas and New Year period again to a greatly reduced extent. After January 10, 2021 - as well as until December 11, 2020 - there are only two weekly rotations in the flight schedule.