Lufthansa's regional subsidiary Lufthansa CityLine will pull out of Cologne/Bonn almost entirely, leaving only three routes. The decision to abandon the market is connected to the takeoff of germanwings, which would have competed on many of CityLine's routes. Germanwings is a fully owned subsidiary of Eurowings, in turn 24.9% owned by Lufthansa. Lufthansa also will delay a major fleet decision. The carrier was due to decide on a 70-seater jet order by late September. Because of ...

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