Germanwings A319. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus. Germanwings, a subsidiary of Lufthansa, announced it is considering changes to several routes as a result of the country’s new “ecological tax” on air travelers, a GWI spokesman told ATW (ATW Daily News, Sept. 2). The GWI spokesman confirmed officials will meet Wednesday at Maastricht to consider the feasibility of altering flights from Cologne/Bonn to Maastricht–Aachen. “First we have to look at the effects ...

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