germanwings takes over more Lufthansa routes
- germanwings, the LCC wholly-owned by Lufthansa, continues to replace its parent, this time on a further ten new routes from the start of the winter season, all from Berlin Tegel (TXL) and Hamburg (HAM). While the four Berlin routes are all A319-operated and all at less than daily frequency, the Hamburg routes utilise the CRJ 900s brought in from the eurowings fleet, with all six new services being flown with at least a daily operation. The routes will operate in a relatively uncontested environment, with three different airlines providing the competition on three separate routes — airberlin, KLM and Norwegian.
|Berlin Tegel (TXL)||Malaga (AGP)||1||A319||airberlin (4)|
|Hamburg (HAM)||Amsterdam (AMS)||16||CR9||KLM (35)|
|Milan Malpensa (MXP)||17||CR9|
|Oslo (OSL)||12||CR9||Norwegian (3)|
|Stockholm Arlanda (ARN)||17||CR9|
|Source: Innovata / Diio Mi|