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From the end of March Eurowings will fly to England’s East Midlands Airport six times a week

Fast access to the areas around Derby, Nottingham and Birminghame

Eurowings continues to expand its services from its largest location in Düsseldorf and is launching a new connection to East Midlands Airport in the UK on 27 March. The regional airport offers fast access to the areas around Derby, Nottingham and Leicester. The German airline will operate the route every day except on Saturdays so that passengers can plan their private or business trips as flexibly as possible.

Eurowings will take off each weekday at 11.25 and will touch down at East Midlands Airport at 11.50 local time. The return flight takes off at 12.25 and arrives in North Rhine Westphalia at 14.45. On Sundays, the Bombardier CRJ-900, which will be used to operate the route, will take off from Düsseldorf at the earlier time of 6.50 and from East Midlands Airport at 7.50. Tickets for the new Düsseldorf – East Midlands route can be booked via the Internet or by calling the Germanwings Service Center, with prices starting from EUR 29.99 including all taxes, fees and charges.

Eurowings offers perfectly timed feeder connections for the flight via Düsseldorf from Hamburg, Berlin/Tegel, Prague, Zurich and Milan.  

The county of Derbyshire which is home to East Midlands Airport offers many attractions for an entertaining holiday. Opened in 1951, the Peak District National Park was the first national park in the UK and, in addition to some 2,900 kilometres of hiking trails, it also offers other outdoor activities such as cave climbing in Thor's Cave. The view from the peaks of Mam Tor and Kinder Scout extends over the entire park, even as far as Manchester in good weather. Other attractions include the picturesque valley of Dovedale and the cable car located in the southeast of the national park which takes you up to the Heights of Abraham.  

If you want to find out more about Derbyshire's history, visit the many castles and splendid country houses which the county has to offer. Chatsworth House, the country house and home of the Duke of Devonshire, offers a spacious park in addition to a total of 126 faithfully furnished rooms. Haddon Hall in Bakewell and Bolsover Castle built in the 17th century also provide an insight into the history of the area and stately England. You can also relax in the spa town of Buxton which not only has geothermal springs at a constant 28 °C but also an opera house. The cities of Derby and Nottingham are waiting for you with impressive architecture, numerous museums and galleries not to mention excellent opportunities for shopping.

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