COLOGNE/BONN – Eurowings and Singapore Airlines will work closely together in future: The Star Alliance partner will access the Eurowings route network for feeder flights to its long-haul connections from all over Europe. This means that Singapore Airlines’ passengers can begin their trip to the Southeast Asian city state in Europe with Eurowings. Singapore Airlines is one of Asia’s best-known airlines.
Feeder flights to the new Düsseldorf – Singapore route are of particular interest to German air passengers. It has been included as of 21 July 2016 as the third German connection alongside Frankfurt – Singapore and Munich – Singapore and is operated by a modern Airbus A350-900.
Even on board the Eurowings feeder flights, passengers of Singapore Airlines enjoy maximum comfort. If you’ve booked first or business class for your long-haul flight, you’ll also travel at Eurowings’ Best fare where, among other things, you’ll enjoy à la carte meals and an unoccupied middle seat if this rate is offered on the route selected. Economy class passengers on the long-haul route will fly at Eurowings’ Smart fare which includes a free snack.