Lufthansa’s lower-cost affiliate Eurowings will open its first Eastern Europe base, in the Kosovo capital of Pristina, from June 19. Eurowings will base one Airbus A319 in Pristina, and plans to operate 60 weekly frequencies to destinations in Switzerland, as well as to Dusseldorf, Munich and Stuttgart (Germany). Pristina will become the LCC’s 13th base. Eurowings CEO Thorsten Dirks said the airline has already become Europe’s third largest point-to-point carrier with ...

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