Lufthansa Chairman and CEO Wolfgang Mayrhuber confirmed last week to ATWOnline that the company is targeting a 40% reduction in costs on its European network, with the LH mainline bearing the responsibility and no plans in place to use Germanwings aircraft instead. LH Passenger Airlines CEO Christoph Franz made headlines last month when he told German media that the company was looking at "using some elements from the LCC business model" on continental flights (ATWOnline, Nov. 18). At last ...

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