FRANKFURT—Lufthansa Group’s lower cost subsidiary Eurowings is moving a large part of its long-haul operations to Frankfurt and Munich, the group’s main hub, as part of a wider strategy rethink of how to tackle the leisure travel market. “Today, Lufthansa Group is already one of the largest holiday travel providers in all of Europe,” Lufthansa Group executive board member and CCO Network Airlines Harry Hohmeister said. “Demand is increasing rapidly, ...

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