Lufthansa and Germanwings plan to more closely cooperate early next year as the legacy carrier and its low-cost affiliate start interlining. Also, Lufthansa will open its frequent flyer program to Germanwings passengers, among other measures. Lufthansa has been debating internally what the right strategy for Germanwings should be. The affiliate was set up in 2002 with the unofficial target of reaching a fleet of about 100 aircraft within a few years in order to be able to compete ...
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