The restructuring of Lufthansa’s European operations will begin with six routes from Hamburg Airport, which will be assumed by the operator’s revamped Germanwings low-cost unit at the beginning of the summer schedule. Germanwings eventually will take over all intra-European routes not operated from Lufthansa’s hubs at Frankfurt and Munich airports, but until now the transition was not revealed. But now, as part of its summer schedule announcement, Lufthansa says the transfer will begin ...


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