Eurowings is likely to operate eight new CRJ900s ordered by its parent Lufthansa, industry sources say. The airline has received unofficial confirmation that it will get the aircraft, but that is still based on certain conditions. Eurowings has to move its headquarters and technical operations to Airport DĂĽsseldorf International. The airline is still based in Dortmund, Germany. Lufthansa also wants Eurowings pilots to agree to a pay freeze for the next several years to contain ...


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