Eurowings is the Lufthansa Group’s low-cost airline and, as such, part of the world’s largest aviation group. Eurowings has a current fleet of 139 aircraft and specialises in low-cost direct flights within Europe. The German airline currently offers more than 100 destinations in over 50 countries, making it the third-largest European point-to-point carrier. In 2018 for the first time, the airline flew more than 40 million passengers and its workforce grew to around 3,500 employees. The low-cost airline has 13 locations in Germany as well as in other European countries and is the market leader at six airports.
Customers can choose between the BASIC, SMART and BIZclass booking fares at Eurowings to customise their flight. This means both business and private travellers can always find the right package to suit them.
Corporate responsibility – in other words, acting in a sustainable and responsible way in business – is an integral part of the Lufthansa Group’s corporate strategy. We see it as our duty to uphold our responsibility towards the environment, people and society. Eurowings is constantly improving its climate and environmental protection credentials, relying on various measures for a holistic approach. Find out more about the responsibility measures taken by the Lufthansa Group as a whole.
The Eurowings fleet
The modern Eurowings fleet and that of its partner airlines are always kept up-to-date. We draw on the broad experience of our own engineering operations and those of Lufthansa Technik for our regular maintenance.
Career oportunities at Eurowings
We can offer you an exciting and varied working environment within the Eurowings Group airlines, and the chance to forge a career in one of the most renowned aviation companies. Take off with us and become part of our success – at Eurowings Digital, for example!