Lufthansa’s supervisory board has formally approved the “Wings” long-haul, low-cost (LCC) concept and the lease of up to seven Airbus A330-200 aircraft for the new low-cost carrier’s intercontinental routes. The new yet-to-be named LCC, which will be based at Cologne-Bonn Airport, will initially launch operations from the end of 2015. It will serve destinations in Florida, Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean. The new airline will operate under a revised Eurowings ...

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