Articles Tagged ‘Lufthansa’

Lufthansa leverages dominant position at Frankfurt; US routes account for 30% of ASKs

Lufthansa leverages dominant position at Frankfurt; US routes account for 30% of ASKsWith flights to over 150 destinations and over 60% of scheduled seat capacity Lufthansa enjoys a dominant position in Frankfurt. Only two other carriers have at least a 2% share of capacity and little LCC competition. What is the significance of the airline’s US routes and how many new routes has it started in 2008?

Alitalia’s “withdrawal” creates opportunities for Air One, easyJet and Lufthansa at Malpensa

Alitalia’s “withdrawal” creates opportunities for Air One, easyJet and Lufthansa at MalpensaAlitalia has axed 75% of its capacity at MXP and is no longer the leading airline at the airport. Who is? Which routes that Alitalia dumped are served by other airlines and which have been lost? Which carrier has burst onto the scene and what is Lufthansa planning?

Airbus/Boeing: Lufthansa, Ryanair and Southwest lead deliveries in March

Airbus/Boeing: Lufthansa, Ryanair and Southwest lead deliveries in MarchLufthansa, Ryanair and Southwest were kept busy with the arrival of new aircraft in March. Airbus and Boeing delivered 90 new aircraft to their global customers, up from 77 in February. Single-aisle aircraft represented 80% of all deliveries. So who’s taking delivery of widebody aircraft these days?


Germanwings + TUIfly.com = Germanfly.com?
(And catching up with Lufthansa measured by routes served)

Germanwings + TUIfly.com = Germanfly.com?Under pressure from the rapidly expanding Air Berlin, there are industry rumours that Germanwings and TUIfly.com might be merger candidates. What would the combined airline look like in terms of size, fleet, network strengths and weaknesses? Would it overtake Air Berlin for the #2 slot behind Lufthansa?

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?