After sacking its top Belgian management in Brussels, German national flag carrier Lufthansa announced on February 7 that Brussels Airlines would be in charge of coordinating long-haul operations with Lufthansa's budget airline subsidiary, Eurowings, in Brussels, Duesseldorf, and Munich.

Lufthansa first took partial control of Brussels Airlines, the Belgian national flag carrier, in late 2016. After this week's management shake-up, business leaders and unions in Belgium questioned whether job...


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