Lufthansa Group LCC subsidiary Eurowings Europe will continue to grow even if airberlin and Austrian LCC NIKI become part of the Lufthansa Group, an airline executive told ATW. Speaking on the sidelines of the Austrian Aviation Association symposium in Vienna, Eurowings Europe managing director Dieter Watzak-Helmer said the carrier plans to grow its fleet from eight to 13 aircraft in 2018. Airberlin filed for insolvency in August and is in the process of seeking buyers for its assets ...

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