Germany: Eurowings adds 300 extra Easter flights to Mallorca


Eurowings said on Sunday it was laying on extra flights to Mallorca over the Easter period after a surge in bookings, prompted by the lifting of restrictions by German health authorities. . . Germanys Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases RKI said on Friday that it was removing six regions in Spain including the Balearic Islands from its risk areas. This came into effect on Sunday. . . As a result, Germans rushed to make a quick getaway to Mallorca over Easter a top priority. . Germany-based travel operator TUI reported that it had doubled the number of bookings to the island, in comparison with its 2019 figures. . . And Eurowings said on Sunday that many flights were booked out within hours of the RKI announcement. Lufthansas budget airline responded to the rush by expanding its services, adding another 300 flights to Mallorca over the Easter period at the beginning of April. . Nevertheless, passengers will require a negative coronavirus test result before traveling and the German Foreign Ministry is still advising, though no longer warning, against nonessential tourist travel there. . . Germanys own lockdown is set to stay largely in place until at least March 28, and prospects of further relaxation are uncertain as infections are rising again. . . Hotels in Germany havent been allowed to accommodate tourists since early November.

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