In a recent interview, Sadiq Gillani, Senior Vice-President and Chief Strategy Officer, Lufthansa Group, said that Lufthansa would soon launch its long haul, low-cost carrier, Eurowings, to destinations in India. This is despite the increased competition in the region from Gulf carriers. Using A330s, Eurowings will offer two classes – premium economy and economy. The airline will allow passengers to bid for the premium economy seats and would also allow on-board passengers to upgrade their economy to premium economy by paying €300. Annette Mann, Director for launch management of premium economy, said that the uptake had been positive with 35%

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