Articles Tagged ‘Lufthansa’
Lufthansa has unveiled a new strategy to improve the profitability of its non-hub domestic and European operations by merging this flying with its Cologne/Bonn-based low-cost subsidiary germanwings. We take a closer look at the airline’s German airports to see which will be impacted the most.
Ryanair celebrates in Katowice and announces new routes from Lublin; Bengaluru Airport welcomes Lufthansa’s 747-8; Flybe celebrates in Exeter with paella
Ryanair didn’t launch any new routes in the last week, but the airline had reasons to hold three other celebrations across Poland. On the other side of the globe, Lufthansa paid a special visit to Bangalore, while in the UK, Exeter and Flybe celebrated with a giant paella.
Traffic across the North Atlantic is the biggest long-haul market from Europe, but different airlines have had different strategies as many European economies experience difficulties. Which airlines have grown and which have cut capacity? And which country market has seen the biggest reduction?
Lufthansa’s network growing in Berlin and Frankfurt; London, Milan and Stuttgart see significant cuts
Sorting out its industrial relations may be its top priority at the moment but how has Lufthansa’s global network evolved in the last 12 months? How come the airline has started almost 70 new routes but dropped around 40? Which are the airline’s biggest bases in terms of movements and ASKs?
The Middle East Big 3 (MEB3) and Turkish Airlines are growing their networks to Sub-Saharan Africa fast, but how are the big European airline groups developing in the market? What are their African network strategies? Who is the biggest in the market and who is growing the fastest?
Grounding planes in winter improves profitability: The new network planning reality explored among Europe’s airlines
We all know about Ryanair grounding 80 aircraft last winter but by how much did other European LCCs cut their capacity between July 2011 and January 2012? How does this compare with the year before? And how much have Europe’s legacy carriers started to follow this behaviour?
Lufthansa now flies to three airports in Croatia from Berlin Tegel Airport.
Lufthansa’s 747-8I in scheduled service; Weeze celebrates five years as Ryanair base; Liverpool Airport welcomes Ryanair’s 18-millionth passenger
Almost 150 routes were launched this week around the world, but they were not the only occasions for airlines and airports to celebrate. Which European airline celebrated twice last week? And how did Washington Dulles and Lufthansa celebrate the 747-8I’s first scheduled service?
Lufthansa expands in Berlin, launching 21 new routes from Berlin Tegel Airport.
Lufthansa now flies to Zadar in Croatia and Ibiza in Spain from Düsseldorf Airport in Germany.
Which routes have Europe’s Big 3 flag carriers (Air France, British Airways and Lufthansa) stopped operating recently?
Airlines and airports love to tell the world about new routes but are understandably less forthcoming when they decide to drop routes. We take a closer look at which routes Europe’s Big 3 legacy carriers have removed from their schedules for this summer and what this means for those routes.
Lufthansa now flies to Pula in Croatia from Munich Airport in Germany’s Bavaria.