Manchester Airport has announced the launch of flights to Stuttgart, Germany with Eurowings.

The new route is now available ahead of the Euros, due to take place in the summer.

If you’re heading out to Germany to support your country in the football tournament, the new flights could come in handy.

The new service from Eurowings will mean flights run four times a week – on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays – using an Airbus A319.

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Stuttgart isn’t the only German destination that Eurowings flies passengers at Manchester Airport to though as it also serves Dusseldorf and Hamburg from the airport.

Other airlines also offer flights to Germany from Manchester so there are plenty of other options to choose from if you’re heading to watch the football or looking forward to a holiday.

To book your flights to Stuttgart, you can visit the Manchester Airport website.

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Manchester Airport Commercial Director Stephen Turner said: “We are proud to serve the people of the North with an ever-growing range of over 200 destinations built around what travellers from the region want.

“Germany is a hugely popular country with people from the North and with the Euros just around the corner that is only set to grow.

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“Eurowings launching this new service is really exciting for us and our passengers.”

The Stuttgart Arena is one of a number of grounds around Germany that will host games during the 2024 Euros.

Scotland vs Hungary will take place there on Sunday, June 23 and it will host one of the quarter final matches.