Articles tagged “eurowings”

Airline Weekly

Lufthansa Uses Eurowings Expansion to Defend Against Budget Carrier Onslaught

Europe's legacy carriers aren't taking the challenge from low-cost airlines lying down. Lufthansa is using its own budget arm, Eurowings, to retain leisure-travel market share coveted by the likes of Ryanair, Wizz Air, and EasyJet.

Lufthansa Uses Eurowings Expansion to Defend Against Budget Carrier Onslaught

Airline Weekly

Eurowings Leads Lufthansa Group’s Expansion Into Scandinavia

With its budget airline Eurowings expanding into Sweden, the Lufthansa Group is getting a toehold in Scandinavia. With both SAS and Norwegian Air downsizing, Lufthansa and other European airlines think the region is ripe with opportunity.

Eurowings Leads Lufthansa Group’s Expansion Into Scandinavia

Airline Weekly

Lufthansa Budget Carrier Eurowings to Add More Europe Routes to Capture Summer Travelers

Lufthansa Budget Carrier Eurowings to Add More Europe Routes to Capture Summer Travelers

Coronavirus

Lufthansa’s Loyalty Guru Swaps Points for Behind-The-Scenes Reporting

Since May, Bastian Neumann-Semerow has been filming a video series for the airline on all aspects of the Covid-ready flying experience. Make no mistake, it’s an envious job.

Lufthansa’s Loyalty Guru Swaps Points for Behind-The-Scenes Reporting

Airlines

Lufthansa to Step Up Restructuring After Posting a $2.35 Billion Loss

Restructuring won't be easy, and the process of paying off its latest debts won't be helped by numbers like the $1 billion hit from fuel hedging contracts. There's a long road ahead for the group.

Lufthansa to Step Up Restructuring After Posting a $2.35 Billion Loss

Coronavirus

Breakdown of Lufthansa and Sabre Deal Signals New Risks for Corp Travel

The exact reasons for wanting to terminate the content deal aren’t clear, but Lufthansa’s direct-selling drive might have something to do with it.

Breakdown of Lufthansa and Sabre Deal Signals New Risks for Corp Travel

Airlines

Lufthansa’s Potential $6.4 Million Fine Is One More Reason Euro Airlines Want to Forget 2019

Like many other European airlines, it's been a pretty tough year for Lufthansa. The airline could probably do without a potential FAA fine hanging over it as it tries to start fresh in 2020.

Lufthansa’s Potential $6.4 Million Fine Is One More Reason Euro Airlines Want to Forget 2019

Airlines

Lufthansa to Add Flights Catering to U.S. Low-Cost, Long-Haul Market

Despite a somewhat precarious business model, the appetite for low-cost, long-haul transatlantic flights has not yet slowed, so it's not surprising that Lufthansa is ramping up its offering.

Lufthansa to Add Flights Catering to U.S. Low-Cost, Long-Haul Market

Airlines

Did Lufthansa Group Overreact to Low-Cost, Long-Haul Threat?

Lufthansa Group was terrified it would repeat past mistakes, so it built an airline to compete with Norwegian Air and other low-cost, long-haul carriers. Now that airline, called Eurowings, is kaput, and Lufthansa can chalk up another mistake.

Did Lufthansa Group Overreact to Low-Cost, Long-Haul Threat?

Airlines

Lufthansa Plans Revamp of Low-Cost Eurowings Unit To Focus On Short-Haul Flights Only

It seems Lufthansa will scale back its previously ambitious strategy for Eurowings and focus on airports where it has a stronghold. The idea is that being a simplified airline will have a better chance at competing with the likes of Ryanair and EasyJet.

Lufthansa Plans Revamp of Low-Cost Eurowings Unit To Focus On Short-Haul Flights Only