What would our world be without international aviation? Airlines connect countries and continents with each other every day.

The section “International” deals with pretty much all events that happen outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, in the aviation industry. From bulk orders to new routes to new airports, everything can be found here.

Tip: News from the military aviation can be found here and to Tourism go to this link.

What would our world be without international aviation? Airlines connect countries and continents with each other every day.

The section “International” deals with pretty much all events that happen outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, in the aviation industry. From bulk orders to new routes to new airports, everything can be found here.

Tip: News from the military aviation can be found here and to Tourism go to this link.

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Vogler Air Base is being modernized

As Defense Minister Klaudia Tanner announced during a visit to Vogler Air Base, substantial investments will be made in the necessary modernization of the Hörsching site over the next few years. After the Saab 105Ö was decommissioned

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Azores: SATA threatens to cut Lisbon flights

The disagreements between the Portuguese government and SATA continue to worsen. The company is demanding PSO subsidies for the operation of the routes between Lisbon and the Azores Islands. Otherwise the routes will be discontinued.

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Airbus cancels Norwegian bulk order

The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus and the insolvent Norwegian Air Shuttle were able to agree on the cancellation of the 88 aircraft of the A320neo series. This is not by chance as management is trying through the Irish bankruptcy process

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CSA registers all employees for termination

The Smartwings subsidiary CSA registered all 430 employees at the employment office for resignation. Upon request, the authorities confirmed that they had received a corresponding notification from the airline. The carrier did not want to comment on this. CSA Czech

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SmartLynx Malta now flies for DHL

It was very quiet for the airline SmartLynx Malta for a while, but now the carrier is back with a new business model. Two Airbus A321-200 freighters will be operated on behalf of the Deutsche Post DHL Group.

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London Heathrow records record loss

London Heathrow Airport posted a loss of £ 1,782 billion last year. A year earlier the company posted a profit of £ 413 million. The cause of the high shortfall is the corona pandemic. Heathrow

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Seychelles do not want to repay Etihad loans

Air Seychelles should not pay a cent to Etihad Airways. This is what the government wants, because there have been disagreements for some time in connection with loans granted by the golf carrier, which are now being negotiated at the highest level of the state

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