LTU German Airlines unveiled a new strategy focused on long-haul routes and business travelers. The carrier will concentrate on its Munich and Dusseldorf hubs, where partner DBA will provide feeder services for domestic routes. DBA acquired a 60% share of LTU in February (ATWOnline, Feb. 20). According to the new plan, which LTU hopes to begin implementing late this year, it will add one A330-200 to its fleet per year. It currently operates seven A330-200s, four A330-300s and 15 A320s/A321s. ...

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