Pilot training: AUA deploys Dreamliner to Germany
René Steuer • February 21, 2024 • 10:04
Mostar: Skyalps wants to include Stuttgart and Vienna
Amely Mizzi • February 21, 2024 • 09:38
German airports continue to be well below the EU average
Jan Gruber • February 21, 2024 • 08:35
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Eurowings Discover starts mileage upgrades

The holiday airline Eurowings Discover is now enabling participants in the Miles & More frequent flyer program to carry out so-called mileage upgrades. This applies to most routes, with flights in connection with tour operators

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Tui starts the Mallorca season today

In order to meet the demand on Mallorca, the airline is postponing the start of the spring and Easter seasons: the first three aircraft from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Hanover will take off on February 11th

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DTM: Wizz Air expands summer offer

The low-coster connects the commercial airport with the Black Sea coast. Between June 10 and September 11, 2021, passengers have the chance to travel from Dortmund Airport to Burgas. Wizz Air

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Boeing establishes a new location in Germany

The US aircraft manufacturer Boeing is building a new distribution center for chemical and special materials in Henstedt-Ulzburg (near Hamburg). This is to employ around 190 people in the future. In cooperation with the municipality of Henstedt-Ulzburg, Warburg-HIH

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Easter: Easyjet hangs up Hamburg-Palma

The low-cost airline Easyjet Europe wants to have another piece of the “Mallorca cake” around Easter. The carrier will start two weekly non-stop flights from Hamburg to Palma on April 1, 2020. The route

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Germany: 1.000 employees have left Airbus

The Airbus plants in Finkenwerder, Stade, Bremen and Buxtehude are said to have left around 1.000 employees voluntarily. This was explained by an IG Metall official to the Hamburger Abendblatt. The aircraft manufacturer tries

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Lufthansa is giving up six lounges

Not all of the Lufthansa Group's lounges have reopened yet. This will never happen again at five locations, because the carrier is closing five of these exclusive waiting areas in Germany and one more

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