Germanwings Airbus A319. Courtesy Airbus Lufthansa will give a new identity to its low-cost subsidiary Germanwings next year as it transfers its non-hub routes to the LCC from July 1. Such a move will create a “new Germanwings,” with an expanded fleet and a new livery. Germanwings’ fleet will grow from 30 Airbus A319s and A320s to about 90 aircraft. Thirty Lufthansa aircraft and 23 Eurowings aircraft will be transferred to Germanwings. From July 1, the new ...

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