Lufthansa will be launching its low-cost subsidiary for non-hub routes, named Germanwings, in January. The first route to be transferred over to the new subsidiary will be the domestic Nuremberg-Hamburg service with the bookings for the flight already open.
Eventually, all Lufthansa’ flights that do not fly to/from its hubs in Frankfurt or Munich will be taken over by Germanwings. This will include international routes such as Berlin Tegel to London Heathrow, London Heathrow to Hamburg, Dusseldorf to Milan, and Hamburg to Vienna.
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Lufthansa to phase in new budget flights