Eurowings, Lufthansa's regional subsidiary, will phase out 17 CRJ200s and two CRJ700s during the summer schedule starting on March 28 as part of the parent company's Climb 2011 cost-cutting plan. Several hundred jobs reportedly will be cut. In a statement, Eurowings said the aircraft will be removed from the fleet over a 12-month period during which the carrier will increase the number of CRJ900s to 15.
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