Eurowings is adding to its summer flight schedule for Cologne/Bonn, Düsseldorf, Munich and Vienna.
From the beginning of June, the low-cost airline will be departing from Cologne/Bonn for Enfidha on the Gulf of Hammamet in Tunisia and Preveza on the Ionian Sea in Greece.
For the winter flight schedule, the carrier will also add a new route to Innsbruck.
A new flight departing from Vienna for Kalamata on the Peloponnese peninsula in southern Greece will be on sale from early June.
Flights will take off from Cologne/Bonn to the Gulf of Hammamet, a vast bay in the northeast of Tunisia, on Wednesdays in the early hours of the morning.
It is named after the popular holiday resort on the Gulf’s northwest coast.
The fine sand there and the many hotels make the Gulf of Hammamet a very popular holiday location.
The Aktion airport serving the Greek town of Preveza in the Epirus region will be included in the Eurowings offering out of Cologne/Bonn on Mondays from June.
It is situated on the Aktion peninsula and also serves the nearby island of Lefkada.
The region is dominated by agriculture with the coastal areas heavily influenced by the fishing industry and tourism.
A new route to Innsbruck, capital of Tyrol, is also planned from Cologne/Bonn for this coming winter.
It can be booked on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Kalamata, which can be reached from Vienna on scheduled flights every Wednesday from July, is situated on the Peloponnese peninsula in Greece.
The scenic peninsula has a lot to offer, from beautiful beaches and wide flat plains to high mountains.