Lufthansa Group low-cost (LCC) subsidiary Eurowings said the wet lease of 33 Airbus A319/320s from airberlin allows the carrier to offer 23,000 additional flights, 60 new routes and to generate an additional 3 million passengers. The first wet-leased aircraft joined Eurowings in mid-February; number 30 arrived in early May. “This has been a very fast development. Aircraft number 31 is arriving in August; the last two in 2018,” CCO Oliver Wagner told ATW. Wagner said the ...

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