A Eurowings A330 landing in Miami (Photo: Venkat Mangudi (D-AXGA_KMIA) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons)

Eurowings Turns to Royal Air Force Service Provider for Flight Support

Passengers travelling from Germany to the Dominican Republic in early February expected to fly with Eurowings since they had booked with the Lufthansa subsidiary. They were in for a surprise when their flight was called for boarding. While it was indeed an Airbus A330-200 aircraft that was standing at the gate, it did not sport the Eurowings livery, but was plain white. It turned out to be an aircraft of British company Air Tanker with the identification G-VYGL. Air Tanker…