Lufthansa is finally starting the process of transferring more non-hub flights to its lower cost subsidiary Germanwings. All European services from Stuttgart, Cologne/Bonn and Hanover are being taken over by the carrier, Lufthansa said on Wednesday. The move has been demanded by analysts and proposed by consultants for years, but Lufthansa so far refused to follow, believing that it should try to turn around its loss-making European operation on its own. The solution now is, in typical ...
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