Germany mbH (2): new failure for a carrier in Europe
Will Eurowings save it?
New failure in the European skies and once again in Germany. This time the bankruptcy operation is due to be terminated by Germany, which due to the disastrous financial situation had to file for bankruptcy in a court in Berlin, where it had its main hub. The announcement was made by Karsten Balke on the company's website, where it was noted that the increase in fuel costs and the fierce competition did not allow the company to restructure its fleet which had 22 aircraft (8 Airbus A-319 and 4 A-321; 10 Boeing B-737/700). The future of employees and the brand is now hanging by a thread, although the Lufthansa Group could probably absorb the German production part and include it in Eurowings. The German low-cost has already said ready to offer tickets at discounted prices for passengers who had booked a flight with the airline failed, so as to allow you to still make the trip or return home without much difficulty.
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