New direct flights to Dusseldorf target business and leisure travellers

15:23 25 August 2014

Budget airline Germanwings has launched a new direct service between London Stansted and Dusseldorf. The airline had a free

Budget airline Germanwings has launched a new direct service between London Stansted and Dusseldorf. The airline had a free 'pop up' photo booth at check-in today allowing passengers to have a snap shot of themselves going on their trip.


Budget airline Germanwings has launched a new direct services between London Stansted airport and Dusseldorf.

The Cologne-based carrier said the new service said flights would run twice daily in the morning and evening on weekdays with one flight on Saturday and Sundays.

Andrew Harrison, Stansted Airport’s Managing Director, said: “Airline expansion to new markets is always an exciting development and I’m delighted to welcome to Stansted the first Germanwings service between Dusseldorf and London, which I’m sure, will be very popular for both business and leisure travel.”

Heinz Joachim Schöttes, senior vice president corporate communications for Germanwings, said: “It’s great to be able to launch this new connection from Dusseldorf to London Stansted. Dusseldorf is an incredible mix of Rhineland charm, history, arts, and culture, and we’re pleased to be able to make this area more accessible for UK businesses and tourists.”

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