EUROWINGS RECRUITS EMPLOYEES
Low-cost airlines Eurowings announced it will hire 600 new employees. It’s because of the addition of 20 machines type Airbus A320 to its fleet. 200 newly admitted people should be pilots, the remaining 400 will become members of the flight crew.
In addition, the company’s management confirmed that 1500 stewardesses and stewards who have only temporary contracts will become permanent employees with contracts for an indefinite period of time.
Eurowings originated from Lufthansa Regional in 2015 as a low cost branch of the flag German carrier and it significantly helped its parent company to maintain its position in the key markets in Germany, Austria, Switzerland or Belgium.
AIRBUSES A350-900 MUST REGULARLY RESET SYSTEM
The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus warned airlines operating their A350-900 machines to periodically reset the electrical system in their aircraft. Otherwise, there may be false warnings of malfunctions or even
RYANAIR CALLS INSOLVENCY OF AIR BERLIN A COMPLOT
Irish low-cost airline Ryanair filed a complaint with German and European authorities because of Air Berlin insolvency. It already had long-term financial difficulties. Its main shareholder, Etihad, refused to finance
JETSTAR INCREASES LUGGAGE CHARGES
Australian low-cost airline Jetstar increases luggage charges on domestic flights. If you arrive at an airport check-in with your luggage without letting the airlines know in advance, you will pay