Lufthansa this fall will start the transfer of 25 Airbus A320s to its Germanwings affiliate under a plan to restructure the mainline carrier's non-hub operations. The transfer will increase Germanwings’ fleet to 84 aircraft consisting of 61 Airbus narrowbodies and 23 Bombardier CRJ900s. A new Germanwings fare structure effective July 1 and sold from April 11 includes three main categories: Basic, Smart and Best. Basic fares start at €33 ($43) one-way and exclude catering, checked ...
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