Articles tagged “eurowings”

Airline Weekly

Eurowings Adds 8 Berlin Routes to Exploit EasyJet and Ryanair Cutting Flights

EasyJet and Ryanair's struggles in Berlin are Eurowings' gain.

Eurowings Adds 8 Berlin Routes to Exploit EasyJet and Ryanair Cutting Flights

Airline Weekly

Lufthansa CEO Sees Opportunities in Blended Travel Coming to Europe

Blended travel isn't the only thing that Lufthansa Group CEO Carsten Spohr is looking forward to. Limits on adding back flights and strong travel demand are boosting the bottom line.

Lufthansa CEO Sees Opportunities in Blended Travel Coming to Europe

Airlines

Eurowings Pilots Plan 3-Day Strike Monday

Pilots at Eurowings have a lot of leverage now given the labor shortage and all of the disruption taking place at European airports.

News Blog

Eurowings Pilots to Strike After Wage Talks Collapse

The Lufthansa Group cannot catch a break. Pilots at its budget subsidiary, Eurowings, will go on strike Thursday unless a last minute deal on wages can be reached. Pilots union Vereinigung Cockpit said Tuesday that wage negotiations had "failed" and called for a one-day strike on October 6. The move came after 10 rounds of…

Airlines

Lufthansa Pilots Could Strike Anytime After Rejecting Wage Offer

These days, pilot demands for automatic inflation compensation would be a very nice perk indeed.

Lufthansa Pilots Could Strike Anytime After Rejecting Wage Offer

Airlines

What’s Behind the Airlines Mess This Summer

Airline operations are in shambles this summer. What happened?

What’s Behind the Airlines Mess This Summer

News Blog

Lufthansa and Eurowings Cancel More Than 1,000 Flights in July

Lufthansa and Eurowings have cancelled more than 1,000 flights in July as airport staffing issues take a toll on air travel in Europe this summer. Lufthansa has cut 900 domestic Germany and European flights in July, and its discount affiliate Eurowings "several hundred flights" in order to stabilize their operations, Eurowings said Wednesday. Lufthansa's cuts…

Rail

Germany’s Good Intentions of a 9-Euro Discount Transit Pass May Just Backfire

Germany wants more people to ride trains and buses this summer with a nine-euro pass. But a surge in riders may hit the physical limits of the country's transport infrastructure.

Germany’s Good Intentions of a 9-Euro Discount Transit Pass May Just Backfire

News Blog

Lufthansa Accelerates Recovery on Strong Demand

The Lufthansa Group plans to return to its pre-pandemic level of flying sooner than expected, CEO Carsten Spohr said Tuesday. "Until now we assumed that we would not fully return to pre-crisis levels before the middle of this decade. But in view of the present strong demand dynamic, this forecast may prove too conservative, and…

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