FWIW, that gives them a market share at their home market of close to 41%
That completes this month's number crunching then, at least on the operational side, unless somebody manages to dig up their market share figure for May 2018 to compare against the figure for this year?
On a related note: does anybody know when their 2018 accounts will be deposited at the NBB?
Given Lufthansa refuses to publish financial results of Brussels Airlines separately and consolidates them in the Eurowings results, it's the only place where you can sense the pulse on how they are doing …
Since Lufthansa has recently reviewed financial guidance for the full year, it could be a highly valuable tool to see if they are part of the problem at eurowings or whether they are in fact a glimmer of hope, even though they are of course the results of last year, but still: we have those of Eurowings too, so you can easily compare them one-to-one and then extrapolate the finding to get a rough idea of where they're standing.