Lufthansa Group CEO Carsten Spohr told ATW that when the carrier’s internal problems (union negotiations) are resolved, it will be ready to consolidate its European airline business. And the instrument it will use is its Eurowings subsidiary. Speaking on the sidelines of the Star Alliance chief executive board meeting in Chicago, Spohr told ATW, “There are too many airlines in Europe. We will still see in the future a higher number of airlines in Europe compared to the US, but I ...

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