Lufthansa Group’s low-cost subsidiary Eurowings will perform its maiden flight Feb. 1 from Hamburg to Prague, with its first 162-seat Airbus A320. In the following weeks, more A320s will begin replacing its 23 Canadair CRJ900 jets. The Lufthansa Group is moving forward with the implementation of the “Wings” concept by renewing the Eurowings fleet with Airbus A320s in the new branding. Lufthansa is transforming its Eurowings subsidiary into a pan-European platform to operate ...

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