During the current 2022/23 winter timetable period, aircraft from the Austrian Eurowings Europe GmbH and, in some cases, also from Eurowings Germany will be handed over to the Maltese Eurowings Europe Ltd. hand over. As a result, more and more routes are gradually being served by the Malta branch.
The first aircraft is already in use from the Salzburg base. Palma de Mallorca, Prague and Stockholm-Arlanda will also be operated by the Maltese airline in the future. The changeover will take place gradually over the entire 2022/23 winter timetable period. After completion of this process, the Austrian Eurowings Europe GmbH will no longer operate as an airline.
From Salzburg, the flight connections to Berlin, Aalborg, Billund, Copenhagen, Düsseldorf, Las Palmas, Hamburg, Hurghada, Heraklion, Larnaka, Palma de Mallorca, Stockholm-Arlanda and Tenerife South are affected. These will gradually be transferred to Eurowings Europe Ltd. switched. This also applies to the Copenhagen route from Innsbruck.
From the Palma de Mallorca base, the destinations Paderborn, Nuremberg, Munich, Leipzig, Hanover, Dresden, Bremen and Berlin will be handed over to the Malta offshoot in the 2022/23 winter flight schedule. In Prague, the Rome-FCO, Oslo, Malaga, Larnaka, Hurghada, Dusseldorf, Copenhagen and Birmingham destinations are affected. From Stockholm-Arlanda, Prague, Düsseldorf, Berlin and Barcelona will be converted first.
All routes mentioned in this article refer to the winter timetable 2022/23. In the summer of 2023, numerous other routes will be operated by Maltese Eurowings Europe Ltd. served. Their fleet should consist of at least 20 machines by then, with the emphasis on "at least" according to the company. The exact “target size” has not yet been determined.