Press release -
Eurowings Discover flies from Munich to the Maldives
In the winter flight schedule 2022/2023, the vacation airline of the Lufthansa Group, Eurowings Discover, will also fly from Munich to the island paradise in the Indian Ocean. By non-stop flight, travelers will reach Malé, the capital of the Maldives, twice a week (Wednesdays & Sundays) in around 10 hours flying time.
Eurowings Discover will already be flying twice a week from Frankfurt to the Maldives in the coming summer flight schedule, and three times a week in the winter.
Travelers can look forward to the first direct connection between Munich and Malé. The flights can be booked via lufthansa.com, eurowings.com and all known booking channels.
Eurowings Discover is already offering the following long-haul destinations from Munich starting this summer:
- Las Vegas - first flight on 27.03., from then on twice a week non-stop (summer flight schedule)
- Punta Cana - first flight on 27.03., from then on twice a week non-stop (all year round)
- Cancún - first flight on 30.03., from then on twice a week non-stop (all year)
- Malé - first flight on 30.10., from then on twice a week non-stop (winter schedule)
Over the course of the summer, Eurowings Discover will also expand its flight schedule from Munich to include many more destinations on short- and medium-haul tourist routes, including the Canary Islands, more than ten Greek islands and Turkey. Over the course of the year, the airline plans to base five Airbus 320s in Munich. Eurowings Discover flies from Terminal 1 in Munich.
About Eurowings Discover
Eurowings Discover is the new leisure airline of the Lufthansa Group. Operating out of Frankfurt and Munich this new carrier takes travelers to the world's most beautiful short, medium and long haul destinations. The claim of Eurowings Discover is to tailor the travel experience to the individual needs of its guests and to make the flight a special experience. Through integration into the Lufthansa network, travelers benefit from direct connections to all German and European Lufthansa departure points, as well as an end-to-end booking process and seamless transfers. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, the airline draws on the expertise and experience of one of the world's leading aviation companies. Flights can be booked on lufthansa.com.