Eurowings – flight delay and flight cancellation
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Eurowings belongs to Lufthansa Group. Munich is the site of the airline's hub. The airline's secondary hub is located at Frankfurt Airport. Eurowings Europe is Eurowings' subsidiary airline. The company has 155 fleets and has flights to 79 destinations. Miles & More is Eurowings' frequent flyer programme. To enrol in the programme, follow the instructions here. Contact details for Eurowings Service Centre are here.
It is possible to check in with Eurowings in a range of ways, online, on your mobile phone, or in the airport with a self-check-in machine or at the airline check-in desk.
In the event you are flying with pets, or if there are special on-board services which you need, make sure to check in at the airline check-in counter in the departure airport.
Discover more information about Eurowings check-in methods here.
Eurowings online check-in
Passengers are able to check in online from 72 hours and as late as 3 hours prior to the time of departure, choose a seat and print their boarding pass or get it on their mobile phone (first make sure mobile check-in is possible in the airport you are departing from). Online check-in for Eurowings is available here.
Eurowings mobile check-in
Mobile check-in allows you to check in for your flight and download the boarding pass in your own time. Check-in, seat reservation, and receiving your mobile boarding pass is all available from 72 hours and up to 3 hours before the scheduled flight departure, using your mobile device. Be sure to check the availability of mobile check-in in the airport of departure.
In case there are any problems with your mobile boarding pass, you can get a conventional paper boarding pass from a check-in machine (if available in the departure airport) or from the airline check-in desk in the airport. This also applies if your phone has issues, or your boarding pass is deleted.
Eurowings self-check-in kiosks
These are the machines which allow you to check in yourself at the airport. It is important to check the availability of check-in machines before travelling to the departure airport. You can typically check in at the machine either with your passport, or by entering your last name and booking reference, which is in your booking confirmation.
Eurowings check-in time: Deadlines
Check-in deadlines are essential to ensure on-time take-off for flights. Be certain you have your boarding pass and have checked in any baggage before the deadline, whether you checked in on your mobile device, at the check-in desk, or at a check-in machine.
Eurowings baggage regulations
Further detailed information about Eurowings' baggage policy can be found here.
Eurowings carry-on baggage
The quantity of items of carry-on baggage allowed with Eurowings flights is dependent on the travel class of the flight ticket.
The carry-on baggage has to conform to the airline’s regulations.
You have to check your carry-on baggage at a Eurowings counter or, if available, at the departure airport, by using a self-service bag drop service, when it does not conform to the airline's regulations. Extra charges could be applied in this instance.
Carry-on baggage dimensions – max. 55 x 40 x 23 cm
Foldable garment bag dimensions – max. 57 x 54 x 15 cm
Economy Class – 1 carry-on baggage item up to 8 kg (Basic & Smart)
Business Class – 2 carry-on baggage items, each up to 8 kg (Best & BIZclass)
Additional details on baggage allowance can be read about here.
Eurowings checked baggage
The free baggage allowance depends on the travel class and the price of the flight ticket.
Eurowings baggage allowance for checked luggage
Economy Class – (Smart) 1 item of baggage, up to 23 kg
Business Class – 2 baggage items, up to 32 kg each
Eurowings excess baggage
There are specific regulations when travelling with excess and special baggage.
For additional information respecting this, and flat fees, go here .
Baggage considered to be excess
Economy Class – over 23 kg (maximum 32 kg)
Eurowings baggage policy: Sports equipment
You can read all the information that is relevant to flying with sports equipment here.
You should make a reservation as early as possible for sports equipment due to the fact that the space for such items is restricted.
You can find more information concerning size as well as weight allowance and flat fees for sports baggage via this link.
Eurowings luggage problems
When baggage gets damaged, or does not arrive at your destination, it can be attributed to several reasons. A detached baggage tag, bad weather, or technical difficulties in the baggage handling area can result in baggage concerns.
To find out about compensation claims for baggage, or finding baggage which is delayed, go here.
Delayed / damaged baggage
In the unfortunate event that your baggage is delayed or damaged, this needs to be reported promptly to the Eurowings baggage tracing desk or the Eurowings service counter at the destination airport. Each flight document should be kept, most importantly your baggage claim tag and boarding pass.
You must always supply your claim reference number and written confirmation. You need to keep hold of this until you receive your baggage or claim resolution.
You can also decide to enlist MYFLYRIGHT to claim for issues with baggage, you can find more information here.
Eurowings flight travel classes
The level of accommodation on a plane is indicated by the travel class of the flight ticket. The number of classes available differs by airline. Passengers may pick from Eurowings' 4 travel classes – Basic, Smart, Best, and BIZclass. Cabin classes are then also split into invisible booking classes, which provide different services. You can read more information about Eurowings travel classes here.
Eurowings Economy Class
This travel class is the basic one provided by the airline. Passengers can fly Economy Class on all Eurowings flights.
Seats – 30-32-inch seat pitch
On-board entertainment – films and music, Internet connection (on selected aircrafts) offered on long-haul flights
On-board meal – available on board starting from 4 EUR
Eurowings Business Class
A class which offers passengers added comfort. This class can be differentiated from other travel classes in terms of the standard of seats, meals and drinks, service on the ground and extra on-board services.
Eurowings Business Class: Short & mid-haul routes
Priority check-in – priority check-in counters are provided to BIZclass passengers
Additional baggage – 2 items of carry-on baggage (up to 32 kg each for BIZclass passengers)
Lounges – access to business lounges (BIZclass fare)
Priority boarding – priority boarding for BIZclass passengers
Seats – premium seats in the first rows for BIZclass passengers
On-board meal – À la carte catering
Find out further detailed information regarding Eurowings Business Class for short and medium-haul flights via the link.
Business Class on Eurowings long-haul routes
Priority check-in – priority check-in counters are provided to BIZclass passengers; priority check-in for BEST fare passengers depends on availability
Additional baggage – 2 items of carry-on baggage (up to 32 kg each for BIZclass passengers and up to 23 kg each for BEST passengers)
Lounges – access to business lounges (BEST and BIZclass fares)
Priority boarding – priority boarding for BIZclass passengers; priority boarding for BEST fare passengers depends on availability
Seats – adjustable seats with more leg room for BEST fare passengers and premium seats in the first rows for BIZclass passengers
On-board meal – BEST-Meals for Best fare passengers and exclusive menus for BIZclass passengers
On-board entertainment – Eurowings onboard entertainment includes films, TV series, music, and digital magazines and newspapers free to download for BIZclass passengers
Go here for more information relating to flying long-haul flights with Eurowings Business Class.
No lounge information available for this airline.
Eurowings airline policy: Flying with children
Separate seats are required for children aged two (2) and above.
Be aware that some countries have particular regulations regarding children under a certain age coming into or leaving that country, who are travelling on their own, with a parent, or with an adult without parental authority.
Make sure you have all the travel documents you need before travelling in order to ensure entry and exit is permitted by the country.
To find out more on travelling with children, go here.
Travelling with pets on Eurowings flights
Travelling with pets with Eurowings is allowed only on short-haul and medium-haul flights. Requires registration while booking.
When the animal meets weight, size, country as well as other airline restrictions, you can fly with it with an extra fee as carry-on baggage or within the cargo hold area of the aircraft.
You can discover additional detailed information on flying with pets on Eurowings here.
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