Lufthansa on April 30 decided to stop any planned growth of its low-fare brand Eurowings as that unit’s financial performance continued to deteriorate in the first quarter. Lufthansa had planned Eurowings capacity to grow by 2% for 2019 but that target is now reduced to zero. The airline posted a €257 million ($288.3 million) operating loss in the first three months of the year compared to €218 million a year earlier. At that time, Lufthansa stated that Eurowings’ ...

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