North Rhine-Westphalia: Airports start summer holidays smoothly
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Lufthansa: ITA Airways to join Star Alliance by 2026
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Kötter Aviation Security takes over security checks at BER
Jan Gruber • 01 July 2024 • 10:10
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Lufthansa Technik presents growth program

With “Ambition 2030”, Lufthansa Technik is launching an ambitious growth program to further expand its position in the technical support of aircraft fleets. The company expects a permanent increase, particularly in the engine sector

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Ryanair rejects Frankfurt/Main

Some time ago, the low-cost airline Ryanair loudly withdrew from Frankfurt am Main Airport and closed the locally maintained base. Company boss Eddie Wilson is also looking forward to the opening

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Agreement between Tuifly and VC not in sight

A quick agreement is not in sight between the German pilots union Vereinigung Cockpit and Tuifly. The employee representatives feel they have been treated badly because of an internal circular signed by Managing Director Oliver Lackmann.

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Taskforce to solve Marabu problems

The Condor sister company Marabu has hardly escaped the headlines since it started operations, because long delays, cancellations and a lack of care for the passengers affected are the order of the day. Now you want to take countermeasures

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Stuttgart expects strong Easter holidays in 2023

At the start of the Easter holidays in Baden-Württemberg on Thursday, April 06, 2023, Stuttgart Airport is expecting lively activity in the terminals. According to the provisional status, around 2.000 will be standing during the entire Easter holidays

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Green Airlines activates bookings

On November 1st, the German airline Green Airlines will start its first scheduled flight from Karlsruhe-Baden Baden to the new Berlin airport BER. A total of 16 weekly departures are planned. The flights from the airport

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Ryanair closes German bases

The German regional airports Frankfurt-Hahn and Weeze could face hard times, because the main customer Ryanair is holding out the prospect of closing the bases. Berlin-Tegel is also shaking, as can be seen from an internal circular.

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Wizzair accepts Larnaka from Memmingen

Wizzair is expanding the present at the Memmingen regional airport. From July 11, 2020 there will be three weekly flights to Larnaca. In addition to Dortmund, Memmingen Airport has also announced that it will continue to expand its route network. From

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Commentary: Welcome to Summer Chaos!

For many vacationers, the holidays already ended at Cologne/Bonn and Düsseldorf airports, because contrary to all the assurances of the airports, there were extremely long waiting times at the security checks. In addition,

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Wizz Air connects Dortmund with Rome

The Hungarian airline Wizz Air will fly three times a week from Dortmund to Rome-Fiumicino (FCO) from September 5th. Travelers always arrive on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays – after a flight of almost two hours

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Paderborn can leave bankruptcy proceedings

The Paderborn-Lippstadt regional airport was able to leave the insolvency proceedings under self-administration on April 30, 2021. The airport has been operating independently since May 1, 2021. An agreement was reached with the creditors beforehand

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Downsizing: Airbus and IG Metall negotiate

The collective bargaining between the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus and the IG Metall union will start today, Thursday. In view of the sharp drop in demand due to the corona pandemic, the group intends to create around 3.000 jobs

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Wizzair cancels Vienna-Bremen

The Hungarian low-cost airline Wizzair is making further cuts in the flight schedule from Vienna-Schwechat. The non-stop connection to Bremen will be discontinued and will no longer be bookable in winter 2020/21. For the time being, Vienna-Bremen will be the last

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BER Airport with a successful March

Berlin Brandenburg Airport was able to achieve the increase in passenger volume in March: last month almost 1,7 million passengers used Berlin Brandenburg Airport, which is around 300.000 more than

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DHL purchases 800.000 liters of SAF fuel

The logistics group DHL Express wants to source around 800.000 conductors of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) within the next five years. To this end, a strategic partnership was concluded with BP and Neste. In combination

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