The German airline is expanding its services in central Europe, and will initially station two Airbus A320 aircraft in the Czech capital from October.
The airline will launch three new direct connections starting in July, flying passengers from Düsseldorf to Ekaterinburg in Siberia, Krasnodar in southern Russia and Tbilisi in Georgia.
Jens Ritter will join the management of Eurowings as chief operating officer on April 1st. He is currently chief operating officer and part of the extended management board at Austrian Airlines.
Low-cost carriers in Europe are reacting to a second wave of Covid-19 across the continent and the associated travel restrictions and quarantine requirements.
Eurowings has said it will replace about 95 per cent of the program offered by the departing Ryanair at Düsseldorf Airport from next month.
In addition to his function as head of sales, distribution and digital at Eurowings, Michael Erfert will also become managing director of the Eurowings digital subsidiary.
Eurowings is significantly increasing its flight programme for both business and leisure travellers this summer as the coronavirus pandemic recedes in Europe. The low-cost carrier will fly to 80 per cent of its destinations during the season.
The carrier has maintained a basic level of service from Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Cologne/Bonn and Stuttgart throughout the coronavirus pandemic, and is now looking to expand.
Over the coming weeks the low-cost carrier is seeking to bring tens of thousands of workers from elsewhere in the European Union to the country to help with collecting crops.