Eurowings Discover launches flights to Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City— Lufthansa Group’s new leisure airline, Eurowings Discover (4Y), launched flights to Salt Lake City on a brand new route and gateway for the Group: Salt Lake City, Utah to Frankfurt, Germany. As the travel industry continues to rebuild global connections and reacts to an increase in leisure travel demand, the launch of flights to the city known as the “Crossroads of the West” is a welcome addition.
“We are thrilled to be the first airline to offer nonstop flights from Europe’s German-speaking region to Salt Lake City, UT. With Eurowings Discover’s full integration into the Lufthansa Group network, it was never easier for travelers from all over Europe to visit fascinating Utah and its surroundings. It is a great and unique addition to our flight schedule, as well as a valuable extension of the Lufthansa Group network in the US We look forward to flying many travelers to and from Salt Lake City International Airport this summer,” says Helmut Woelfel, Chief Commercial Officer at Eurowings Discover.
Lufthansa Group’s Eurowings Discover (4Y58 / LH4390) departs Frankfurt at 11:15 am and arrives in Salt Lake City at 2:10 pm. Eurowings Discover flight 4Y59 / LH 4391 then departs Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) at 3:40 pm and arrives in Frankfurt at 10:10 am the following day. All times are local. The SLC flight will operate throughout the summer schedule, from May 23 through October 14, and will resume once again during the 2023 summer schedule. Flights will be operated with either an Airbus 330-300 or an Airbus 330-200 aircraft.
Eurowings Discover will operate three weekly, non-stop connections between Salt Lake City and Frankfurt. Flights depart SLC on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and is the only direct service from Salt Lake City to Europe’s German-speaking countries. The connection is a summer seasonal service.
“The United States remains the most important market for the Lufthansa Group outside of our European bases, and we remain committed to the region as we map our recovery from the impacts of the pandemic,” says Don Bunkenburg, Senior Director of Sales US, Central, West, and Central America, Lufthansa Group. “Salt Lake City is a brand new gateway for the Lufthansa Group and we could not be happier to add more opportunities and capacity into and out of the United States.”
“Since Eurowings Discover announced nonstop service between SLC and Frankfurt a year ago, the excitement and anticipation have been building,” says Bill Wyatt, executive director, Salt Lake City International Airport. “Today, we give a hearty welcome to our newest international carrier and look forward to a long and prosperous partnership.”
Lufthansa Group offers vast, worldwide connectivity
Eurowings Discover connects Salt Lake City to all of Europe and beyond. Through the integration into the Lufthansa Group network, passengers benefit from the direct connection to all German and European Lufthansa Group departure points, as well as a continuous booking process and seamless transfer traffic throughout the world.
High-quality product with many services included
Eurowings Discover offers a high-quality product with many services included. The aircraft offers up to 300 seats, up to 30 of which are in Business Class (full lie-flat seats), up to 31 in Premium Economy, and up to 244 in Economy. In all three classes, guests can look forward to a special, high-quality travel experience with all meals and non-alcoholic beverages included in the fare. Aside from the culinary experience, Eurowings Discover also provides complimentary onboard entertainment with seats in all classes offering individual, personal screens. Another special feature onboard Eurowings Discover: guests can quickly and easily connect to the Onboard Cloud via their own device to receive an extended entertainment offer.