Articles Tagged ‘Lufthansa’
Lufthansa has launched new routes to Dublin, Knock, Bari, Birmingham, Bastia and Odessa.
Lufthansa launches new routes from Düsseldorf to Malaga and Sylt.
Lufthansa launches routes to Valencia and Montpellier from Munich.
Europe’s airline may be having a mixed time financially but that’s not stopping them exploring new routes this summer. We do some analysis at the over 500 new routes starting during the next three weeks to reveal which airline is starting the most new routes (no surprises here) and which country’s airports will be celebrating […]
Lufthansa has grown its route network with 12 new routes, both within Europe and to China.
Munich now Europe’s 6th busiest airport, overtaking Rome; decision on third runway to be made in June
After almost 9% growth last year it looks unlikely that Munich will repeat that achievement this year. So which country markets are on-track to grow this summer and which may struggle to reach last year’s levels? And what new routes are being started this summer and by which airlines?
Europe’s long-haul market this summer features new Chinese destinations, fewer Delta routes, and lots of London changes
Europe’s economies and the EU’s insistence on applying its ETS to aviation might not seem like the ideal combination to attract more long-haul but many airlines appear to have a different view. See which carriers have added new long-haul services to Europe for this summer and which routes have been suspended.
Lufthansa is getting serious about sorting out Austrian. But what changes are planned for the airline’s summer schedule compared with last summer? Which country markets are growing and which are shrinking? And which destinations have been dropped from Vienna in recent years?
The boss of Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt talked to us during the first day of operational readiness testing involving 250 volunteer ‘passengers’. We wanted to know how the new airport improves Berlin as a proposition for airlines – purely from a route development point of view.
Lufthansa launches new routes within three days of Malév’s collapse. New Berlin service will compete directly with airberlin and indirectly with easyJet.
Lufthansa transfers six Stuttgart routes (including London Heathrow) from Contact Air/LH CityLine to germanwings
Lufthansa’s evolving use of germanwings for network development has started with the transfer of all international services from Stuttgart from Lufthansa to its low-cost subsidiary. But what does this mean for Contact Air? How has germanwings’ presence in Stuttgart developed since 2003?
Lufthansa now flies from Berlin Tegel Airport in Germany to Milan Linate Airport in Italy.