Two Airbus A321: Eurowings Discover expands Finnair wet lease

Airbus A320 (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
Airbus A320 (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).

Two Airbus A321: Eurowings Discover expands Finnair wet lease

Airbus A320 (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
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Eurowings Discover is further expanding the wet lease cooperation with Oneworld member Finnair. The three Airbus A350s already flying for the Lufthansa subsidiary will be joined by two A2022s from August 321.

According to Eurowings Discover, the leased aircraft are to be used primarily from Frankfurt am Main. The cooperation with Finnair is thus expanded to five machines. These are three Airbus A350s that are in use from Frankfurt and Munich for the Lufthansa subsidiary and two A321s that are to fly from Frankfurt for Eurowings Discover.

A company spokeswoman told Aviation.Direct: “From August to the end of October 2022, Eurowings Discover will expand the existing wet lease agreement with its partner Finnair by two Airbus A321s. This summer, 3 Finnair Airbus A350s are already in service on long-haul routes from Frankfurt and Munich. The aircraft are used on short and medium-haul routes from Frankfurt. With the two A321s, Eurowings Discover is expanding its own, still small fleet, thereby supporting its operational stability in a busy travel summer. By the end of the year, the Eurowings Discover fleet will grow to 21 of its own aircraft."

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