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Dirks is confident that this new teamwork structure under the umbrella of Eurowings Group is the right strategic step Dirks is confident that this new teamwork structure under the umbrella of Eurowings Group is the right strategic step

New Setup for Eurowings Group

Brussels Airlines is set to become long-haul competence centre of Eurowings Group.

After the first successes of joint projects, Eurowings and Brussels Airlines will take the next decisive steps in the integration process, defining each other’s roles within the Eurowings Group.

Taking the expertise and strengths of both entities into consideration, Brussels Airlines will become the long-haul competence centre of the Eurowings Group, steering all long-haul activities of the entire group out of Brussels.

In parallel, the airline will actively participate in the Eurowings Group pan-European growth strategy by becoming the operator for the expansion to other airport bases in the French- and Dutch-speaking part of Europe.

Thorsten Dirks, CEO, Eurowings Group, explained, “New strategic setup puts us at the helm of European airline consolidation.”