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.

Advertising

Lübeck Airport modernizes energy supply

Lübeck Airport also modernized the energy supply as part of the renovation work carried out at the terminal. The administration building, which is already under construction, will benefit from this. In the future, this will not only house offices, but also

Continue reading

Sundair stations Airbus in Lübeck

The airline Sundair has stationed an Airbus aircraft at Lübeck Airport. The airline is planning to start connections from Lübeck. The German airline Sundair has announced that it will station an Airbus aircraft at Lübeck Airport. The ones in Germany

Continue reading

Lübeck Air is taking a winter break

Effective October 29, 2023, Lübeck Air, the house brand of Lübeck-Blankensee Airport, will say goodbye to a winter break. The company will not be flying during the cold season due to restructuring and “business considerations”.

Continue reading

Lübeck Air relies on virtual interlining

Lübeck Airport's own brand, Lübeck Air, has entered into a sales cooperation with Airsiders. This leads to the fact that one would like to offer so-called "virtual interlining". As a result, passengers should also be able to book transfer connections via the provider's website

Continue reading
Advertising