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Smaller airlines head the list, with Australia's QantasLink top on close to 12% female pilots, and UK-based FlyBe Group tied for second with Luxair, the Luxembourg flag-carrier.
Luxair in summer 2020 season plans to offer new route to Italy, where the airline scheduled Luxembourg - Brindisi route.
A Luxair regional airliner, a Bombardier DHC 8-400 from Luxembourg, was the first aircraft to have its landing controlled from the DFS RTCC, touching down on Saarbrucken's runway at 6:51hrs.
Its shareholders are Luxair (35.1 percent), HNCA (35 percent), BCEE (10.9 percent) SNCI (10.67 percent) and the Luxembourg State (8.32 percent).
Rounding out the top 10 loyalty programmes were Miles&More from the Lufthansa Group, LOT Polish, Luxair, Adria Airways, and Croatia Airlines (US$5.7 billion), Avios from British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus, Flybe, Vueling, Meridiana, and Comair (US$4.7 billion), Japan Airlines Mileage Bank (US$4 billion), KoreanAir SkyPass (US$3.7 billion), and All Nippon Airways Mileage Club (US$3.6 billion).
Luxair has reduced its normal service from seven weekly flights to two.
Aviation Partners Boeing said that Luxair Luxembourg Airlines has ordered split scimitar winglets for its Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft.
The Luxembourg government has sought to calm union concerns by buying back into the airline with the acquisition of an 8.41 percent stake from Luxair, the carrier's main shareholder.
Local airline Luxair holds a 43.4% stake in Cargolux, while Banque et Caisse d'Epargne de l'Etat (BCEE) and Societe Nationale de Credit et d'Investissement (SNCI) hold 10.9% and 10.7% interests in it, respectively, Cargolux said on its website.