Articles Tagged ‘Lufthansa’
On 2 July 2021, Iasi Airport marked the first direct flight between Iasi and Frankfurt, operated by Lufthansa. The launch event for the new direct route included a ribbon-cutting, a fire truck water arch, and a spectacular cake, which won anna.aero’s prestigious Cake of the Week prize.
With 77 destinations and 108 routes serving 21 countries, summer services from Bordeaux are gradually opening up and offering opportunities for travellers from south-west France. At present, 20 airlines have announced flights from Bordeaux Airport for the summer season.
In the week that Budapest Airport has hung out the banners and welcomed the resumption of European services, the Hungarian gateway has also seen a change of management as Chris Dinsdale becomes the new CEO.
Lufthansa will return to North-East England with the launch of a new daily service between its Frankfurt hub and Newcastle International Airport on 28 June 2021.
Zanzibar has risen three places to fourth-largest airport, thanks to seven new airlines (and one returning), multiple new routes, and new inbound markets.
With multiple airlines retiring Boeing 747-400s, we look at the type’s top operators and routes globally this decade. Which are in and which aren’t?
KLM and Lufthansa to add Zanzibar, showing continued interest in local demand as coronavirus continues and refocuses network development.
Lufthansa will begin 13 summer-seasonal routes from FRA. Six are to Greece; Lufthansa will now have 11 routes to the country from its top airport in S21.
Amsterdam busiest in Europe with 835 daily flights, Eurocontrol shows; we explore Schiphol’s network
Amsterdam is fighting back. KLM had 35 routes with 3+ daily flights on 21 August. Of all regions, we see that Latin America is very strong, with this region the least affected.
We explore the carrier’s Sao Paulo – Frankfurt service, which had ~233,000 passengers last year and nearly 60% connecting. Nagoya #1 O&D.
In 2010, Boeing’s 737 Classics had 268 million seats globally. Last year, they had 44 million. We look at the evolution of the type and top airlines and routes for each series.
Will these additions and cuts, together with a 30% fall in fleet size and a 25% reduction in staff, be enough for it to achieve its 8% EBIT target in 2022?