It has been very quiet around the Austrian branch in recent months. Now a Eurowings spokesman says that the restart could take place at the end of June 2020.
In the past few weeks there have been a few changes around the Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings, because the closure of Germanwings was announced, the contracts of all external wet lease partners were terminated and as a result the DHC Dash 8-400 operator Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter flew in the bankruptcy and is now being liquidated. But it was very quiet about the Austrian subsidiary Eurowings Europe.
The management remained silent throughout the entire Corona period. It is quite obvious that changes must be made, because Austrian Airlines now definitely does not need any wet lease services for the Airbus A320 aircraft. So how will it go on? A Eurowings spokesman broke the silence and said: "We expect Eurowings Europe to start again at the end of June - the exact routes have not yet been determined, but we will certainly be able to tell you more here shortly."
So there should be a future for Eurowings Europe, but what exactly this will look like is obviously not yet clear. So we have to wait and see what happens over the next few days.