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sn26567 wrote: 23 May 2018, 22:19 Germanwings brand should disappear from the market after June 2022, with Eurowings taking its place as parent Lufthansa main LCC subsidiary.
that's still a long way to go .. thought it was more urgent to change the name after the crash in 2015
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CTBke wrote: 05 Jun 2018, 12:41
sn26567 wrote: 23 May 2018, 22:19 Germanwings brand should disappear from the market after June 2022, with Eurowings taking its place as parent Lufthansa main LCC subsidiary.
that's still a long way to go .. thought it was more urgent to change the name after the crash in 2015
According to the last Spohr interview, the Brussels Airlines brand is likely to disappear faster than the Germanwings brand :evil:
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Eurowings to start A320 service from Hamburg to Malaga on 03 July 2018.
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sn26567 wrote: 05 Jun 2018, 17:19
CTBke wrote: 05 Jun 2018, 12:41
sn26567 wrote: 23 May 2018, 22:19 Germanwings brand should disappear from the market after June 2022, with Eurowings taking its place as parent Lufthansa main LCC subsidiary.
that's still a long way to go .. thought it was more urgent to change the name after the crash in 2015
According to the last Spohr interview, the Brussels Airlines brand is likely to disappear faster than the Germanwings brand :evil:
which makes sense when selling your airline to the germans, they want to have the biggest known brand in the world as said in the interview
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sn26567 wrote: 05 Jun 2018, 17:19
CTBke wrote: 05 Jun 2018, 12:41
sn26567 wrote: 23 May 2018, 22:19 Germanwings brand should disappear from the market after June 2022, with Eurowings taking its place as parent Lufthansa main LCC subsidiary.
that's still a long way to go .. thought it was more urgent to change the name after the crash in 2015
According to the last Spohr interview, the Brussels Airlines brand is likely to disappear faster than the Germanwings brand :evil:
Indeed... it will become belgianwings !

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Ryanair syndrome at Eurowings?

Eurowings cabin crew workers entered their ninth (!) round of negotiations with the airline on a dispute over a collective bargaining agreement. If no agreement is reached, strikes are possible.
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Eurowings (Germany) to end its Vienna – London Stansted service on 26 October 2018, currently served by Eurowings Europe (Austria) A320.
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Lufthansa / Eurowings expands codeshare service in 2H18

Lufthansa in September and October 2018 gradually expands codeshare partnership with Eurowings at Dusseldorf, where some routes will see LH code being placed on round-trip flights, instead of one-way. Additional routes is also added on one-way basis. Following routes will be gradually commenced between September and October.

Lufthansa operated by Eurowings
Dusseldorf – Barcelona *
Dusseldorf – Bilbao ^
Dusseldorf – Birmingham
Dusseldorf – Copenhagen
Dusseldorf – Glasgow ^
Dusseldorf – Gran Canaria ^
Dusseldorf – Kosice ^
Dusseldorf – Krakow ^
Dusseldorf – Lanzarote ^
Dusseldorf – Lisbon ^
Dusseldorf – Manchester
Dusseldorf – Marseille ^
Dusseldorf – Munich
Dusseldorf – Newcastle ^
Dusseldorf – Porto ^
Dusseldorf – Stockholm Arlanda *
Dusseldorf – Salzburg
Dusseldorf – Stuttgart
Dusseldorf – Valencia ^
Dusseldorf – Venice ^
Dusseldorf – Zagreb ^

^ one-way from Dusseldorf
* one-way to Dusseldorf

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Time for me to remember checking this when booking from DUS... (I live roughly between BRU & DUS)

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Eurowings adjusted its winter 2018/19 service, including the placement of leased TUIfly (Germany) B737-800 on routes out of Cologne, Hannover, Hamburg and Nuremberg.
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Eurowings to start Dusseldorf to Las Vegas service on 03 July 2019, with Brussels Airlines A330-300 or A340-300.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... july-2019/

Eurowings to start new Nuremberg - Split service on 04 April 2019, operated by TUIfly (Germany) B737-800.
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Lufthansa is preparing to take over planning and control of Eurowings' long-haul network, as the subsidiary’s role in the segment evolves.
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Eurowings to start new service from Dusseldorf to Genoa, from Hamburg to Jerez de la Frontera and from Hannover to Brindisi in summer 2019, with B737-800 from TUI (Germany) and Q400 from LGW.
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Eurowings to start new A319/A320 service from Stuttgart to Lanzarote on 03 November 2018.
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Eurowings and Brussels Airlines expected to merge for end-2020...

https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news ... m=facebook
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TLspotting wrote: 16 Oct 2018, 12:17 Eurowings and Brussels Airlines expected to merge for end-2020...

https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news ... m=facebook
Again? This was discussed in the Brussels Airlines thread: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=62807&p=373574#p373549

Please continue there!
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I only posted in both groups at the same time
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OO-SFJ (Airbus A330-343, MSN 701, ex LH D-AIKJ) is on the Belgian register since today (30/10/2018).This is the first A330 transferred from Lufthansa for EW-ops.

http://www.mobilit.fgov.be:7081/bcaa/ai ... search.jsf

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Saw D-AIKJ yesterday, with OO-SFD or E next to it, still wearing German reg.
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From the Lufthansa Group press release: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... -for-2019/

Brussels Airlines' financial figures are now included into the Eurowings figures.

Eurowings

Eurowings reports an Adjusted EBIT of EUR -65 million for the first nine months of 2018. The EUR 210 million decline on the prior-year period is attributable in particular to a non-recurring expense of EUR 170 million for completing the integration of parts of the former Air Berlin, and to additional costs incurred as a result of flight delays and cancellations.

“In 2017 we seized a historic opportunity in the consolidation of Europe’s aviation sector,” comments Carsten Spohr. “And it was the right decision to do so in strategic terms, even if this has given Eurowings a very challenging 2018. We view the one-off costs of integrating these operations and of our rapid expansion as a long-term investment that will help sustainably strengthen our market position.”

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