German low-cost carrier, Eurowings, has foreshadowed an expansion of long-distance services.
The Lufthansa subsidiary is taking bookings for a new timetable of flights that it says will start on March 26 2017.
Numerous new routes are included from Cologne/Bonn, Dusseldorf, Hannover, Berlin and Stuttgart in Germany and from Vienna in Austria.
According to the timetableGerman, Eurowings will introduce a Monday and Thursday service between Cologne/Bonn and the American city of Las Vegas from July 3 2017.
Eurowings says the service, which was originally planned to start in May 2016, will use an Airbus A330 long haul jet.
Cuba’s capital of Havana is also on the Eurowings timetable, with an intercontinental service there said to be possible as early as December 2016.
Other new services in the summer timetable include flights to and from the northern German island of Sylt; Pula in Croatia; Krakow in Poland; Faro on the Portuguese Algarve; the island of Ibiza, Spain; the Greek island of Mykonos; Larnace in Cyprus; Lyon, France; Pisa, Italy; Malaga and Jerez de la Frontera, Spain; Kavala in Greek Macedonia; Lamezia Terme in Calabria; and Zadar in northern Dalmatia.