Eurowings and its low-cost subsidiary Germanwings said results after tax for 2004 grew to €6.4 million ($8.1 million) from €900,000 the year before, while operating results totaled €14.8 million. Combined passenger traffic for the carriers increased around 23% to €6.5 million. CEO Friedrich-Wilhelm Weitholz told ATWOnline that Eurowings is in the middle of its biggest fleet transformation. "All 16 ATR turboprops will leave our fleet during 2005," he said, adding ...

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