Articles Tagged ‘Lufthansa’
The tenth annual World Low Cost Airlines Congress in London; the new germanwings; HOP! competes with high-speed rail; and the short-haul fishbowl
The tenth annual WLCAC, held at London Heathrow, saw interviews with germanwings CEO, Thomas Winkelmann; HOP!’s EVP Commercial, Helene Abraham; market share growth discussion panel with KLM, CityJet, germanwings and Copenhagen Airport; discussions on the European short-haul market and a ‘one year on’ talk from fastjet CCO, Richard Bodin.
Tunis Airport continues its traffic rebuild as Turkish and Afriqiyah double capacity in the last year
Aviation is notoriously difficult to analyse and predict in the best of times, its study is clearly made worse during a global recession, and when the airport is the capital of country in a fledgling democracy still in the rebuild phase post-revolution, it becomes even more of a test. A review of activity at Tunis-Carthage […]
Lufthansa commences seasonal flights from Düsseldorf Airport to Varna Airport; adds services from Munich Airport to Menorca Airport and Tunis Airport.
Lufthansa inaugurates seasonal flights from Düsseldorf Airport to Menorca Airport in the Balearic Islands and Jerez Airport.
Lufthansa inaugurates seasonal services from its Frankfurt Airport hub to Antalya Airport in Turkey and Jerez de la Frontera Airport in southern Spain.
Lufthansa inaugurates flights from Berlin Tegel Airport to Faro Airport, Antalya Airport; and Menorca Airport.
Lufthansa connects Munich Airport and Vancouver Airport with seasonal daily services.
Lufthansa returns to the market from Berlin Tegel Airport to Ibiza Airport with low-frequency services.
Lufthansa starts weekly flights from Düsseldorf Airport to Cardiff Airport, and from Berlin Tegel Airport to Ibiza Airport.
Hungry airports are bending over backwards to attract airlines. But airlines including Lufthansa and Ryanair, seem to agree that airports are missing a real possibility: To cooperate with airports to build and share airport retail revenues.
Lufthansa connects Dusseldorf and Glasgow with six-weekly flights.
Poland’s second largest city and main tourist attraction, Kraków attracted a record nine million visitors in 2012. anna.aero examines the impact of this influx on Kraków Balice, the country’s largest regional airport, in the wake of major infrastructure development.