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Easyjet withdraws from Stuttgart

With the low-cost airline Easyjet, another low-cost airline is withdrawing from Stuttgart Airport. The carrier, which once had several routes from the largest airport in Baden-Württemberg, canceled the last route: London-Gatwick.

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Nuremberg: busy before the doldrums

The Bavarian Nuremberg Airport expects around 600 take-offs and landings during the Christmas holidays. Between December 23, 2021 and January 9, 2022 there will be around 100.000 seats in scheduled and charter services

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NUE: Tuzla back on the flight plan

After a pandemic-related suspension, Wizz Air will resume the connection between Nuremberg and Tuzla. On board the first flight was Christian Schmidt, High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina and former Federal Minister

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Sundair is reinstating Stockholm-Beirut

The German holiday airline Sundair will discontinue the connection between Stockholm and Beirut, which was only opened in mid-December 2020. The route will be operated for the last time next week. Managing director Marcos Rossello confirmed this

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Cologne/Bonn: Aegean takes on Athens

The Greek airline Aegean will fly twice a week between Cologne/Bonn and Athens from June 20, 2022. The sale of flight tickets has already started via the carrier's website and travel agencies.

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DTM: First flight to Porto started

Yesterday, the Hungarian airline Wizzair took off from Dortmund for Porto for the first time. The low-coster will initially only operate the route over the Christmas holidays until January 10, 2021. From

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September: Airbus delivered 57 machines

The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus delivered 2020 commercial aircraft to customers in September 57. Compared to August (39 units) and July (49 units), considerably more machines were handed over. However, one could

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