|Quoting steman (Reply 1):|
By train is 1 hour. By plane it can´t be much shorter!
LH sells seats on Deutsche Bahn trains ex FRA, for example to Köln,
I don´t see why can´t they do the same to STR, thus preserving the hub-feeding purpose
|Quoting Alsatian (Thread starter):|
All european flights ex-STR will be operated by Germanwings including the LHR route from February.
For the summer season from Stuttgart :
|Quoting PanHAM (Reply 2):|
|Quoting Semaex (Reply 7):|
For what it's worth, I'm very fond of 4U picking up LH's thin domestic and european routes
|Quoting PanHAM (Reply 8):|
If they get just the ptp routes and offer something similar to the LH service? Remains to be seen.
|Quoting Birdwatching (Reply 10):|
This is interesting. I have some questions though... what about the routes that LH served with smaller aircraft that 4U's A319s? (Embraer) Will they be upgraded yet? Also, what about the connecting premium passengers?
|Quoting something (Reply 12):|
4U are actually two-class configured aircraft.
|Quoting luckyone (Reply 13):|
Could you elaborate on that, please? Are they two-class in the sense of most European short-haul, whereby some seats are convertible? When I flew Germanwings the A319 was configured with a single class in a single cabin. Nothing on their website indicates multiple classes.