Lost-cost airline Germanwings, fully owned subsidiary of parent airline Lufthansa, has added Copenhagen to its winter schedule, with direct flights to major European cities beginning in March 2010. The Cologne-based airline will be offering flights from Copenhagen to London Stansted, Berlin, Cologne-Bonn, Dubrovnik, Ibiza, Istanbul, Mallorca, Klagenfurt, Majorca, Reykjavik, Rostock, Salzburg, Split, Vienna, Zagreb and Zurich. Germanwings will now be one of five low-cost airlines operating from Copenhagen

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