Eurowings asks passengers to vote on potential new routes

German LCC Eurowings is linking up passenger engagement with its route development strategy by asking customers to vote for the route they want the airline to fly.

The Lufthansa Group wholly owned subsidiary launched the “You vote, we fly” campaign Oct. 4, giving passengers a choice of 10 European short-haul routes.

“Our customers are going to decide where we should fly to—no other airline has ever done this,” Eurowings CEO and CCO Oliver Wagner said.

The potential destinations are Belfast in Northern Ireland, Bergen in Norway, Biarritz in France, Brac in Croatia, Castellón in Spain, Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Podgorica in Montenegro, Shannon in Ireland, and Trapani and Trieste in Italy.

By courtesy of ATW

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