Capacity, as you rightly quoted, is 5.4% estimate for the whole year. In terms of the network airlines that corresponds to specifically 3.5% — taking the strike effect into account it’s basically flat, because you have obviously the effect of producing less last year due to all the interruptions. And almost all the growth comes from Eurowings, where we talked about more than 25% of growth. And that of course also has an effect on your second question, on RASK. With such a big growth in Eurowings, where RASK tends to be lower than on the premium airlines, of course that swings over into the RASK effect. Compared to our competitors, I think it’s fair to say that we are seeing quite strong development in Europe. That’s where most of the growth is. And we’re seeing pretty good development on the long range in Eurowings, where of course a big part of the Eurowings growth comes from. So we believe we have allocated it in an optimized way in terms of profitability.
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