In the 2022/23 winter timetable, 29 airlines will fly to 60 destinations in 23 countries from Stuttgart Airport. With 34 destinations, Eurowings is the largest provider at this airport.
Around 2022 flight movements have been registered during the 23/21.000 winter period. This is expected to be 44 percent more takeoffs and landings than in the same period last year. New to the program compared to last year are the Warsaw route served by Lot and Milan-Linate, which is offered by Ita Airways.
Furthermore, Stuttgart is offered to the hubs Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt am Main, Istanbul, London-Heathrow, Munich and Vienna. Barcelona, Hurghada and Palma de Mallorca are among the strongest hot water destinations - new this winter are Alicante in Spain with Eurowings and the Egyptian Marsa Alam. SunExpress, Turkish Airlines and Pegasus will fly to a total of nine destinations in Turkey.
The flight schedule offers several options for the Nordic destinations: Lübeck Air connects the state capital of Baden-Württemberg with Lübeck up to three times a week. Every Monday you can change via Lübeck to Bergen in Norway. SAS Scandinavian Airlines offers further connections to the north six times a week to Copenhagen and Air Baltic three times a week to Riga. The winter timetable is valid until the next time change on March 25, 2023. The summer timetable 2023 will then start, including the return of Delta Air Lines to Atlanta.