Lufthansa LCC subsidiary Eurowings will end its cooperation agreement with Austrian startup LaudaMotion by the end of May, LaudaMotion confirmed to ATW. The move follows the April 11 announcement that German leisure carrier Condor is also ending its cooperation with the startup carrier by the end of the month. Both announcements come after LaudaMotion founder Niki Lauda agreed to sell a 24.9% stake to Irish LCC Ryanair March 28, with the option of taking the share up to 75% following ...

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