Actually, Eurowings wanted to serve all Germany routes from Salzburg again in the 2020/21 winter flight schedule. However, due to the latest developments in the matter of the corona pandemic, things are quite different: For the time being, the offer will be extremely heavily reduced, which is likely to be due in particular to the imminent forced quarantine that Germany intends to introduce from November 8, 2020.
In the first two weeks of November, flights to Düsseldorf are only available on Monday and Friday. The connection to Cologne / Bonn will not be reactivated on November 1, 2020, as originally announced, but has been provisionally postponed to November 16, 2020. Four circuits per week can currently be booked.
The destination Hamburg is temporarily suspended and will be offered again from November 13, 2020 - to a reduced extent. The Berlin route will be served to Tegel for the last time on November 2, 2020. According to the current status, Eurowings will not fly to BER from Salzburg until November 16, 2020.
The “string concert” in Salzburg comes as no surprise, because the Lufthansa subsidiary cut it a few weeks ago Germany offer from Vienna drastic. The decline in passengers that has arisen due to the German travel warning is enormous. With the introduction of the German “forced quarantine”, further cuts on the part of the airlines are to be expected.