Lufthansa Shrinks Legacy Operation As Talks With Unions Continue

Credit: Joe Pries Aviation

FRANKFURT—Lufthansa says it will continue to shrink its legacy business without further cost cuts, but will will expand its services and low-cost affiliates. The airline plans to operate the summer schedule of its legacy unit—which includes Lufthansa and Germanwings-branded flights—with 395 aircraft...

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