The airline Eurowings has presented the company's “Station Award” to Salzburg Airport, where the Maltese branch Eurowings Europe has a base. This is used to distinguish airports with which one is particularly satisfied.
This summer season there have also been bottlenecks, longer waiting times, delays and flight cancellations at many European airports. In direct comparison with the same period last year, the chaos was much more bearable and not so much due to a lack of staff on the ground. For this, the Condor sister company Marabu Airlines literally made the headlines in Germany because the Estonian aviation company, which only operates a few aircraft itself and has the rest carried out by wet lease operators, had to struggle with considerable teething problems.
At Salzburg Airport, Eurowings Europe was the top dog in the area of holiday flights. The Lufthansa subsidiary presented the Austrian airport with the “Award for Excellent Ground Handling Performance”. This is a way of appreciating airports whose services you are particularly satisfied with.
“We have mastered this summer very well, our teams have done a highly professional job and our largest airline partner, the Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings, has rewarded this accordingly. “I am very pleased about this Station Award, which highlights the great performance of our operational colleagues,” says the Managing Director of Salzburg Airport, Bettina Ganghofer.