Lufthansa, which is transforming its Eurowings subsidiary into a pan-European platform to operate low-cost flights from several bases outside Germany, will launch its first foreign base in Vienna, Austria. The move follows close consultation with Austrian Airlines and at the carrier’s request. Two 162-seat Airbus A320s will be initially stationed in Vienna and will offer point-to-point connections on European routes. The aircraft will fly in the colors of the new Eurowings and will be ...

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