Lufthansa’s low-cost subsidiary Eurowings has reported promising bookings for first flights from Vienna to the Caribbean, Thailand and Dubai from Nov. 9. The new intercontinental services will be operated with two Airbus A330-200s, which will be wet leased from the Lufthansa/Turkish Airlines (50/50%) joint venture SunExpress. The Eurowings long-haul fleet will gradually expand to seven A330s. In collaboration with Lufthansa Group subsidiary Austrian Airlines, Eurowings will offer ...

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