Eurowings Suspends London to Berlin Route for Winter Season
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German low-cost airline Eurowings is suspending one of its London routes for the winter 2019/2020 season. Effective next month, the carrier will no longer operate its flights between Berlin Tegel (TXL) and London Heathrow (LHR).
As of 27 October, the carrier will suspend its route between the two cities, which currently operates on a 2x daily basis. The carrier operates the route with a Germanwings Airbus A319 aircraft.
As reported by RoutesOnline, Eurowings will reportedly open the route back up for reservations as of 28 March 2020. However, Eurowings’ site isn’t currently showing nonstop options between the cities after that date.
Once Eurowings suspends the service for the winter season, travellers will have the option of flying with British Airways between the two airports. The UK flag carrier will continue to operate 37 weekly frequencies between the two airports for the winter season.
If you’re willing to go to or from other airports in both cities, you’ll have other options. Ryanair operates service between London Stansted (STN) and Berlin Schönefeld (SXF); EasyJet operates from London Gatwick (LGW) to SXF and TXL; and British Airways also operates from London City (LCY) to TXL.
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