Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Berlin, Düsseldorf - the most important airports in Germany. What's going on there and at other German airports and what's new - in this section.

Extensive information about new routes, projects and what else is going on in German aviation can be found in the “Germany” section. In the main menu you can also switch to the sub-headings of the individual airports.

Tip: There is news from here Austria, Switzerland and the rest of the world.

Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Berlin, Düsseldorf - the most important airports in Germany. What's going on there and at other German airports and what's new - in this section.

Extensive information about new routes, projects and what else is going on in German aviation can be found in the “Germany” section. In the main menu you can also switch to the sub-headings of the individual airports.

Tip: There is news from here Austria, Switzerland and the rest of the world.

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WDL officially renamed German Airways

The traditional name WDL is now disappearing from the sky. Owner Zeitfracht gave the airline a new name: German Airways. The callsign and the ICAO code also change: German Eagle and GER. The name change was according to one

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Nordwind takes on Berlin and Düsseldorf

Nordwind Airlines will add two destinations in Germany in December 2020. These are served by Boeing 737-800 from Moscow-Sheremetyevo. These are Düsseldorf and Berlin-Brandenburg. The German capital is due from December 19

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Air Cairo returns to Frankfurt

The holiday airline Air Cairo will again connect Frankfurt am Main and Düsseldorf airports with Hurghada from December 19, 2020. Initially, two weekly rotations are planned, which will run until the end of the 2020/21 winter flight schedule period

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Eurowings expects 50 machines by Easter 2021

The upcoming approval of the first corona vaccines in the European Union makes the Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings more optimistic. The entry and quarantine regulations are still extremely complicated, but company boss Jens Bischof sees light at the end of the tunnel. Currently the

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Michael Knitter is leaving Eurowings

Eurowings Managing Director Michael Knitter will leave the company at his own request at the end of March 2021. He is followed by the current Austrian Airlines COO Jens Ritter. As of April 1, 2021, the last-named manager will join the management of the

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