Greens want to take Bremen Airport off the grid
René Steuer • November 28, 2022 • 13:06
Munich: Siko breakdown caused the T2 to be temporarily blocked
René Steuer • November 28, 2022 • 08:43
From seat to trolley: Sundair launches new web shop
Jan Gruber • November 28nd, 2022 • 08:36
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Munich partially puts T1 into operation

Terminal 1 of the Franz Josef Strauss Airport was closed at the beginning of the Corona crisis. Now it is partially reactivated. Terminal 1 of Munich Airport, which was temporarily closed to passenger operations as a result of the corona crisis

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Eurowings relies on Varna and Burgas

Eurowings is further expanding its route portfolio towards Southeast Europe and will be flying to the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria for the first time this summer - the holiday destinations Varna and Burgas will be added. The whole program

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Friday: Verdi calls for rallies

Obtaining state aid and dismissing employees at the same time? In Verdi's eyes, that doesn't work at all. For this reason, demonstrations will take place across Germany on Friday. The Verdi union called on Friday

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Air Malta with 22 destinations in summer

The state carrier is announcing its comeback in regular service, but only a few days ago 70 pilots who had been terminated were asked to return their uniforms. These were in garbage bags in front of the Air Malta headquarters in

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Berlin: Test capacities are running out

The months of travel make the German laboratories difficult to cope with. Dilek Kalayci, Berlin's Senator for Health, reports that the test capacities are reaching their limits and that the material is becoming scarce. This is

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DAT increases Berlin-Saarbrücken

The airline Danish Air Transport will fly more frequently between Saarbrücken and Berlin-Tegel from August 31, 2020. According to the announcement, the carrier will again serve double the daily margin during the week. At

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Green Airlines activates bookings

On November 1st, the German airline Green Airlines will start its first scheduled flight from Karlsruhe-Baden Baden to the new Berlin airport BER. A total of 16 weekly departures are planned. The flights from the airport

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