2019: Red numbers in Friedrichshafen

Photo: Friedrichshafen Airport.
Photo: Friedrichshafen Airport.

2019: Red numbers in Friedrichshafen

Photo: Friedrichshafen Airport.
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The bankruptcy of Germania had an impact on the finances of Friedrichshafen Airport last year.

Things went differently than planned for Lake Constance Airport, because the unexpected bankruptcy of the Germania airline resulted in red figures: a loss of around 2,8 million euros was recorded in the past financial year. With the demise of Germania, Friedrichshafen Airport lost sales of almost three million euros. A loss that, despite some gains from new airlines and routes, could not be made up.  

With the outbreak of the pandemic, both flight operations and the planned flight schedule extensions at Friedrichshafen Airport came to a standstill. This exposes you to new challenges, including financially. But from the end of June there will be flights again: Destinations such as Heraklion, Rhodes, Antalya and Hurghada are on the agenda. AUA parent Lufthansa would also like to take off again from July 1st. 

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