FRANKFURT—Lufthansa’s low-cost affiliate Eurowings is opening its first base outside of German-speaking Europe in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. The airline will initially base two Airbus A320s at the Spanish airport. From there, it will serve several destinations in Germany and elsewhere in Europe. The aircraft are operated by Eurowings Europe, the group’s Vienna, Austria-based unit. Palma is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Germans. More importantly, ...

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