Vancouver and Edelweiss Air show-off awards; Lufthansa jets off to Montreal from Frankfurt; Condor’s pre-launch party; more news from Manchester Airport

Vancouver Airport received its Cake of the Week award

Vancouver Airport received its Cake of the Week award for last week’s Icelandair’s service from Reykjavik/Keflavik. Marking the achievement are (left to right) Vancouver’s: Craig Richmond, President and CEO; as well as Anne Murray, VP Marketing and Communications.

Edelweiss Air proudly showing-off their Cake of the Week certificates

Proudly showing-off their Cake of the Week certificates, awarded for services launched from Zurich to Havana (8 May) and Las Vegas (5 May) are (left to right) Edelweiss Air’s: Pascal Stumpp, Business and Network Development Manager; Michael Trestl, Head of Corporate Development; and Benedikt Escher, Business and Network Development Manager.

Starting 16 May, Lufthansa is operating five weekly flights from Frankfurt to Montreal, utilising a mixed fleet of its A330-300s and A340-300s. The inaugural flight was welcomed at the Canadian gateway with a special ceremony including a ribbon cutting and a fantastic cake. 

On 9 May, Cologne Bonn Airport organised a special pre-launch ceremony for Condor’s new link to Varadero in Cuba that will commence on 11 November. Proudly posing in front of an old Chevrolet are (left to right): Michael Garvens , Chairman of the Management Board, Cologne Bonn; Ralf Teckentrup, CEO, Condor; and Ulrich Stiller, Director Marketing and Sales, Cologne Bonn.

Since 27 May 2013, a total of 21 million passengers have used Manchester Airport for the first time in six years. That said, the 21th million lucky passenger was Dr Rachel Brown from Warrington, who was travelling with Singapore Airlines on Tuesday morning. Celebrating the achievement are (left to right): Martin Friend, Singapore Airlines; Nicola McMullen, MAG; and Rachel Brown.



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