Eurowings Europe, which is adding 33 wet-leased airberlin Airbus A320s to its fleet by the end of April, said the additional aircraft will create operational challenges for the Lufthansa Group low-cost subsidiary (LCC). Eurowings MD Michael Knitter told ATW that one of several challenges facing the LCC is training airberlin flight attendants to Eurowings standards. “We started cabin crew training on Jan. 10. Airberlin needs five to six crews per aircraft. Also, at the same time, we ...

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