The Greek Star Alliance member Aegean Airlines and the Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings have been working together for a few weeks as part of a codeshare agreement. The Aegean code was placed on a total of 31 routes served by Eurowings.
These are exclusively destinations between Germany, Austria, Sweden and Greece. With few exceptions, it is flights to the Greek islands that are served by Eurowings. These are now also being marketed by Aegean Airlines as part of the codeshare agreement.
From Cologne/Bonn the following routes are involved: Santorini, Rhodes, Mykonos, Kos, Heraklion and Corfu. From Berlin, the Aegean code was placed on the Eurowings route to Kos. From Dortmund, the destinations Rhodes, Kavala and Heraklion are affected. From Düsseldorf they work together on the routes to Zakynthos, Volos, Samos, Kavala, Kalamata, Corfu and Chania. In Hamburg it is Kos, Corfu and Chania.
Aegean Airlines puts its code on the flights operated by Eurowings to Rhodes, Zakynthos, Kos, Karpathos, Heraklion and Corfu from Salzburg. From Stuttgart you do this on the routes to Zakynthos, Kos and Kalamata. The same applies to Heraklion and Rhodes from Stockholm-Arlanda in Sweden.