Lufthansa is examining the opportunities created by the transatlantic open skies agreement scheduled to take effect at the end of March, yet remains unsure about the economic viability of launching flights from outside its home market to the US. "We are considering very carefully all our options but we do not think there is a need to hurry," VP-Sales & Services-Europe Karsten Benz told ATWOnline. "So far we do not think the whole picture has changed significantly by the upcoming open ...

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