Lufthansa low-cost subsidiary Eurowings must grow quickly to about 100 aircraft to remain competitive in the market, Lufthansa chairman and CEO Carsten Spohr told ATW. “Most of the European low-cost airlines today are too small to be able to survive. This fact is also valid for Eurowings,” Spohr said. Lufthansa established Eurowings in 2015 as a pan-European LCC platform, which it expects to grow quickly to become its second-strongest brand, especially for point-to-point ...

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