Articles Tagged ‘Air Berlin’

Condor and Air Berlin break off ‘engagement’; Condor offers major presence in Frankfurt and Spain to potential partner

Logo: CondorWith over seven million annual passengers and a fleet of 34 aircraft Condor is a significant player in the German market. At which German airports does it have a major presence and how broad is its network? Where is it growing this winter?

LTU acquisition gives Air Berlin routes to China and USA

LTU acquisition gives Air Berlin routes to China and USAIt may now be owned by Air Berlin but the LTU brand lives on. LTU’s A330s already serve a range of long-haul destinations including the USA, South Africa and Cuba. Which are the top long-haul destinations this winter? Next, Air Berlin plans to launch routes to China. Who will it use as its regional strategic partner?

AirBerlin continues to use Palma as Spanish gateway

Air Berlin continues to use Palma as Spanish gatewayA German airline has its biggest base in Spain, operates it as a hub but doesn’t base any aircraft there. How does it do this? How hectic are its three ‘waves’? Who are its biggest competitors at Spain’s third busiest airport and who is growing fastest? How seasonal is overall demand compared to Air Berlin’s demand?

Air Berlin abandons London hub concept

Lead Story: Air Berlin abandons UK domestic marketAir Berlin’s attempts to create a UK hub at London Stansted appear to have been abandoned. The three domestic routes to Belfast City, Glasgow and Manchester have all been dropped for the coming winter season. So what impact did they have in the market and how good were the connections to Germany?

Air Berlin enters high-growth route to take on Lufthansa and friends

Article Thumbnail: FarewatchTraffic on this route has more than doubled in five years thanks to Germanwings taking on Lufthansa and Austrian. Now Air Berlin has entered this short-haul market and unlike the other airlines has no links to Lufthansa. How much do German and Austrian businessmen pay for day return trips in August? How clearly is the market segmented?