After the partial withdrawal of the airline Easyjet from Berlin, the Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings wants to recruit the released crews. Everyone gets an attractive job offer, explained Eurowings boss Jens Bischof in an online conference on Wednesday.

The British Easyjet had declared the day before that it only wanted to base 11 instead of 18 aircraft in Berlin from the coming winter. The reasons are the rising fees and the weaker recovery in demand. Of the approximately 800 flight attendants and pilots, around 275 should “possibly” go, the company had said.

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