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The Lufthansa Group Loves Florida: New Routes, Flights, Frequencies

    The Lufthansa Group Loves Florida: New Routes, Flights, Frequencies

MIAMI — The Lufthansa Group will continue expanding its Florida network with a batch of new Eurowings flights. The new service, announced by the carrier, will operate the first direct, long-haul flights to Europe from Fort Myers airport (RSW) to both Düsseldorf (DUS) and Munich (MUC) in Germany. All flights

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Eurowings Adds Nonstop New York – Düsseldorf Flights

    Eurowings Adds Nonstop New York – Düsseldorf Flights

MIAMI — Eurowings is set to initiate flying nonstop six-times-weekly between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Düsseldorf Airport (DUS), the third-busiest airport in Germany. This service was announced back in November 2017 as a part of network expansion. According to the airline’s Chief Commercial Officer, Oliver

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Eurowings Launches Long-Haul Flight to Las Vegas

    Eurowings Launches Long-Haul Flight to Las Vegas

MIAMI — European low-cost carrier Eurowings has started flying from Munich (MUC) to Las Vegas (LAS). The first long-haul, low-cost flight took off on its inaugural flight yesterday from MUC. There will be two flights per week, on Mondays and Thursdays. In the course of this expansion step, three Airbus A330s will

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Eurowings to Launch Three New U.S. Services: New York, Miami and Fort Myers

    Eurowings to Launch Three New U.S. Services: New York, Miami and Fort Myers

MIAMI – Eurowings will launch three new U.S. routes in its 2018 summer schedule to New York, Miami and Fort Myers, Florida. Eurowings goes Big Apple! ? Wir fliegen dich ab April von @dusairport direkt nach New York, Fort Myers und Miami. ?? https://t.co/oKO9Tzmefk pic.twitter.com/YDlL2bLaNN — Eurowings (@eurowings) November 24, 2017 “Our

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Eurowings to Launch 36 New, Some Ex-Air Berlin Routes

    Eurowings to Launch 36 New, Some Ex-Air Berlin Routes

MIAMI — Lufthansa’s subsidiary, Eurowings, will launch 36 new routes in January 2018. Last month, the German low-cost carrier opened reservations for these international routes, of which 15 are new flights from Berlin, six from Vienna, five from Dusseldorf, three from Nuremberg,

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Analysis: Air Berlin Was Always a Lost Cause

    Analysis: Air Berlin Was Always a Lost Cause

BERLIN – Troubled German carrier, Air Berlin, will end operations October 28, casting serious doubt on the future of its more than 8,000 employees. The Berlin-based low-cost carrier (LCC), also Germany’s second largest airline and Europe’s tenth largest, is currently

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Air Berlin’s Last Day Is Set: October 28

    Air Berlin’s Last Day Is Set: October 28

MIAMI — Germany’s second largest carrier, Air Berlin, has set its last day of operations to October 28. Thomas Winkelmann, the airline’s CEO, and General Representative, Frank Kebekus, released a letter on Monday notifying all its employees that liquidation is imminent and

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The Battle of the ULCC Long Haul Carriers: A Deeper Look

    The Battle of the ULCC Long Haul Carriers: A Deeper Look

Since the emergence of European LCC’s like Ryanair and easyJet, the market has evolved into two further markets that merge well in quite a smooth manner. We have the Ultra Low-Cost Carriers such as WOW Air, LEVEL, Norwegian, Boost and

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The Airlines Race To Face LCCs

    The Airlines Race To Face LCCs

MIAMI – In Europe, legacy airlines fighting the seemingly endless onslaught of low-cost carriers (LCCs) appear to be coming to the conclusion that ‘if you can’t beat them, join them.’ Increasingly, full-service carriers are deciding to ditch the frills on

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Air Berlin Restructures [Network Beat #4]

    Air Berlin Restructures [Network Beat #4]

This week in the Network Beat bonus segment of the Airways Podcast, Airways Senior Business Analyst Vinay Bhaskara and Columnist R discuss Air Berlin’s restructuring program (0:30), the pessimism about Air Berlin’s profitability (8:30), Etihad learning that money isn’t a

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