Brussels Airlines Cargo has become the latest Lufthansa subsidiary to see its cargo capacity marketed by the parent company, just over a year after the German carrier bought the remaining 55% stake.
In February, 100 Belgian companies urged Lufthansa to allow Brussels Airlines to retain its identity and not be merged into Eurowings. As with Swiss, the other then-troubled carrier acquired by Lufthansa, there was enormous support locally for the ‘national’ …
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