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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 09 Aug 2019, 16:31

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08 Aug 2019, 11:05
Eurowings will keep (and even strengthen) long-haul activities. But the "commercial responsibility" for these flights will be transferred to network airlines. Flights from DUS will be operated by Brussels Airlines, flights from Frankfurt and Munich by SunExpress.

Thus nothing changes for SN at DUS.
Nothing changes, except that the two A340s will be replaced by A330s, a process that has already started for one of them.

The long-haul future for Eurowings with 11 A330s is explained hereunder:

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... a330-type/
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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by nordikcam » 09 Aug 2019, 19:54

Ansett wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 23:57

Next move from LH/CS ? (sell SN).
To ? Qatar ? IAG Group ?

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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by Conti764 » 09 Aug 2019, 21:04

PttU wrote:
09 Aug 2019, 11:34
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09 Aug 2019, 11:24
So the Ansett member predicts CS will sell SN ...one day... but to whom?
And the PttU member thinks that LH only keeps SN ...making money...so that another operator does not land at BRU and threatens LH!
Two opposing strategies ...two strategies that do not help the development of BRU...
Not necessarily opposing: when SN isn't profitable for LH, I don't know what they will do: a little bit of loss-making might be the cost of keeping competition at bay, but how much?

And no, those strategies do not help the development of BRU, but that's not of any concern to LH.
You're right, LH doesn't care about BRU, but BAC does and they could prospect outside SN, LH or even the entire Star Alliance. BAC doesn't care about LH accept for them (or subsidiary SN) bringing in pax and revenue. And basicly BAC doesn't care where that revenue is coming from. I can imagine LH doesn't want to give up on a pretty nice market just outside Germany, nor do they want to open up their west flank to competitors. And on top of that I can imagine UA as both a Star Alliance and A++ partner - being a Star big shot as well - would like to risk jeopardizing a pretty lucrative BRU operation as well.

So all in all I don't believe LH would just give up on BRU but SN has to up its game.

Rumours have it SN will remain an 'in between' airline having to many leisure ops to be considered a full premium airline but to much of a network portfolio to be considered low cost.

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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 14 Aug 2019, 22:28

Austrian to codeshare on Eurowings' planned routes in 2020: Frankfurt – Anchorage, Frankfurt – Phoenix, Munich – Las Vegas, Munich – Orlando

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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 23 Aug 2019, 23:31

Eurowings to fly the A330 on a German domestic route

Eurowings will deploy an Airbus A330 between Munich and Dusseldorf once a week for the next ten weeks. The background is capacity bottlenecks at the maintenance location in Munich, where the aircraft actually go into maintenance.

"To increase the economic efficiency of these flights, they take place as normal scheduled flights and can be booked normally," the airline continues. A spokesman said that "the flights are booked very neatly."

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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 30 Aug 2019, 11:34

Eurowings abandons Berlin-London route

Eurowings will no longer offer the route between Berlin-Tegel and London-Heathrow at the beginning of the winter timetable. A spokeswoman said that the deletion was due to lack of cost-effectiveness. Eurowings serves the route twice a day.

Strange! One would think that a route between two major European capitals would be a hit. Maybe travellers prefer BA?
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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 16 Sep 2019, 20:55

Eurowings to launch services from Stuttgart to Florence and Malta on 01 June 2020 with DHC 8-400 and A319.
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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 27 Sep 2019, 15:57

Austrian Airlines and Eurowings are repositioning themselves in Austria and reinforce their cooperation. The common goal is to strengthen the Vienna hub and expand decentralised traffic from the Austrian federal states.

Austrian will take over several Eurowings routes from Vienna, including Barcelona, Rome, Nuremberg, Birmingham, Zadar.

It makes the rumoured base closure of Eurowings in Vienna even more likely.
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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 01 Nov 2019, 22:39

Eurowings plans Dusseldorf – Verona route form 31 March 2020 with Q400 operated by LGW.

Eurowings to launch service from Hamburg to Larnaca from 16 May 2020, with A320.
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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by DeltaWiskey » 02 Nov 2019, 18:46

sn26567 wrote:
01 Nov 2019, 22:39
Eurowings plans Dusseldorf – Verona route form 31 March 2020 with Q400 operated by LGW.

Eurowings to launch service from Hamburg to Larnaca from 16 May 2020, with A320.
Instead of echoing all the press releases, it would also be interesting to know which routes are axed. Eurowings is restructuring (and shrinking) heavily but none of this is reflected in this topic.

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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 02 Nov 2019, 20:40

DeltaWiskey wrote:
02 Nov 2019, 18:46
Eurowings is restructuring (and shrinking) heavily but none of this is reflected in this topic.
As usual, airlines are prone to announce new routes, but seldom reveal which routes are axed. But when we know, we tell in the relevant topic, and most notably in this one.
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Post by sn26567 » 04 Nov 2019, 14:04

Eurowings launched its first Windhoek – Frankfurt flight on 30 October 2019.
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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 06 Nov 2019, 14:11

Eurowings plans Salzburg – Lamezia Terme route from 05 May 2020, with Eurowings Europe (Austria) A319.
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Post by sn26567 » 18 Nov 2019, 21:41

Eurowings plans Cologne – Porto Santo route from 09 May 2020, with A319.
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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 21 Nov 2019, 20:53

Eurowings plans Pristina – Frankfurt route from 17 December 2019, with A320 operated by Eurowings Europe (Austria).
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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 30 Nov 2019, 17:25

Lufthansa to replace Eurowings in low-cost long-haul flights by a new brand as from 2020.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... long-haul/
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sn26567 wrote:
30 Nov 2019, 17:25
Lufthansa to replace Eurowings in low-cost long-haul flights by a new brand as from 2020.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... long-haul/
Internationalwings? :lol:
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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by Airbus330lover » 30 Nov 2019, 22:55

Perhaps the moment to send back the A330 to SN. And end of DUS

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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by nordikcam » 01 Dec 2019, 12:31

sn26567 wrote:
30 Nov 2019, 17:25
Lufthansa to replace Eurowings in low-cost long-haul flights by a new brand as from 2020.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... long-haul/
A sentence questions me in the article. Long-haul traffic would be transferred from DUS to FRA and MUC. Would the 4 registered OO aircraft operated by SN remain based at DUS to insure 4 daily long haul under the name of the new LH "low cost"? Or DUS could loose all long haul flights ? Thx.

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Re: Eurowings in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 01 Dec 2019, 17:43

nordikcam wrote:
01 Dec 2019, 12:31
sn26567 wrote:
30 Nov 2019, 17:25
Lufthansa to replace Eurowings in low-cost long-haul flights by a new brand as from 2020.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... long-haul/
A sentence questions me in the article. Long-haul traffic would be transferred from DUS to FRA and MUC. Would the 4 registered OO aircraft operated by SN remain based at DUS to insure 4 daily long haul under the name of the new LH "low cost"? Or DUS could loose all long haul flights ? Thx.
As I understand it, DUS ill keep some long-haul flights, but most of them will depart from FRA and MUC, where they can benefit from many more feeder flights than from DUS.

Some rumours are already leaking on who will operate the new long-haul flights of the new long-haul low-cost subsidiary:
  • LH Cityline, which has a few A340s, but high operating costs
  • SN and SunExpress, as is already the case now
  • A completely new AOC
  • And the surprise of the chef: Germanwings!
I wrote "rumours"...
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