In future, passengers will travel comfortably to Singapore and throughout Asia with Eurowings and Singapore Airlines.
The two airlines had already started their cooperation last year following the launch of the new direct connection between Düsseldorf and the city state of Singapore.
The low-cost airline and the Star Alliance partner are now further intensifying this cooperation by additionally signing an extensive codeshare agreement.
In addition to the connections to Düsseldorf, it now also relates to the long-haul flights by Singapore Airlines from Munich, Zurich and Manchester which have already been in place for some time.
The codeshare agreement covers a total of 15 Eurowings’ European routes to and from Düsseldorf, Munich, Zurich and Manchester.
In future, it will be possible to combine the feeder flights via Eurowings with the long-haul flights of the multi-award winning airline in one ticket.
So from now on, many Eurowings flights will additionally carry the SQ flight numbers of Singapore Airlines.
For customers, this means that, in addition to reasonably priced connecting flights, they will also benefit from a seamless transfer from the long-haul to the short-haul route and vice versa.
Oliver Wagner, chief executive, Eurowings, said: “We are delighted that one of the world’s most prestigious airlines has chosen Eurowings as its partner for close cooperation on our routes to Düsseldorf, Munich, Zurich and also Manchester.
“Both partners will benefit from the new collaboration in terms of customer friendliness.
“In future, our shared passengers can expect a travel experience, on the European routes with Eurowings and the long-haul routes with Singapore Airlines, each of which sets standards in its respective field.”