Lufthansa (LH) will merge its direct European services with its Germanwings subsidiary to form a new low-cost carrier (LCC) from Jan. 1.
Germanwings A319. Courtesy, Airbus Lufthansa (LH) will merge its direct European services with its Germanwings subsidiary to form a new low-cost carrier (LCC) from Jan. 1. The company’s headquarters will be in Cologne. According to LH, the new LCC will take over all German domestic and European services outside of LH’s Frankfurt and Munich hubs. LH said it will decide on the brand name in the coming months. LH said recently it is losing three-digit-million euros ...
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