Brussels Airlines has called on the Belgian government and parent company Lufthansa to take “substantial and indispensable measures to guarantee the survival of the company”. The carrier said that to continue to fly it needs to structurally reduce its costs to a competitive level. In addition, to overcome the present unprecedented crisis, the company is asking for support from both, its shareholder Lufthansa and the Belgian government. “Within its turnaround plan, Brussels Airlines is structurally tackling its cost structure and optimizes its network by cutting marginally profitable and unprofitable routes, resulting in a fleet reduction of 30%. The overall size

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