Over the last few days, Eurowings has updated their timetable to reflect the launch of several new routes for the Fall/Winter of 2017/18.    The routes are primarily seasonal, either bringing passengers to warmer climates or taking them to winter hot spots for skiing.

Some of the flights will be operated by the aircraft that have been wet-leased by Lufthansa from Air Berlin, while others will fly under Germanwings flight numbers and aircraft.

The new routes are as follow:

Cologne – Grenoble effective October 29 will begin 1x/week service (Sunday).

Dusseldorf – Marrakech effective November 4 will begin 1x/week service (Saturday).

Dusseldorf – Zagreb effective October 31 will begin 2x/week service (Tuesday / Thursday).

Munich – Barcelona effective October 29 will begin 4x/week service (Monday/Tuesday/Friday/Sunday).

Munich – Fuerteventura effective October 29 will begin 2x/week service (Tuesday / Sunday).

Munich – Lanzarote effective November 1 will begin 1x/week service (Wednesday).

Munich – Las Palmas effective October 31 will begin 2x/week service (Tuesday / Saturday).

Munich – Marrakech effective November 3 will begin 1x/week service (Friday).

Munich – Skopje effective October 31 will begin 2x/week service (Tuesday / Friday).

Munich – Tenerife South effective October 30 will begin 2x/week service (Monday / Thursday).

Salzburg – Birmingham effective October 30 will begin 2x/week service  (Thursday / Saturday).

Salzburg – Glasgow effective December 9 will begin 1x/week service (Wednesday).

Salzburg – London Stansted effective October 29 will begin 4x/week service (Monday/Wednesday/Friday/Sunday).

Salzburg – Manchester effective December 4 will begin 2x/week service (Monday / Friday).

H/T: AirlineRoute.net