Lufthansa LCC subsidiary Eurowings has introduced its first long-haul service from Munich as part of plans to double capacity from the German base in 2018. Eurowings bases three Airbus A330s in Munich, which is also the second largest hub of its parent Lufthansa. The first long-haul flight to Las Vegas began April 16. The route is to be served twice weekly. Eurowings plans to introduce nine more long-haul destinations over the summer, including Cancun, Fort Myers, Windhoek, Mauritius, ...

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