Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Berlin, Düsseldorf - the most important airports in Germany. What's going on there and at other German airports and what's new - in this section.

Extensive information about new routes, projects and what else is going on in German aviation can be found in the “Germany” section. In the main menu you can also switch to the sub-headings of the individual airports.

Tip: There is news from here Austria, the Switzerland and the rest of the world.

Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Berlin, Düsseldorf - the most important airports in Germany. What's going on there and at other German airports and what's new - in this section.

Extensive information about new routes, projects and what else is going on in German aviation can be found in the “Germany” section. In the main menu you can also switch to the sub-headings of the individual airports.

Tip: There is news from here Austria, the Switzerland and the rest of the world.

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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 calls workers on Friday from 12:00 p.m.

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Sundair will take off again on July 1st, 2020

With the restart, flights from Kassel-Calden, Bremen, Dresden and Berlin will be offered. The German holiday airline Sundair plans to return to Crete, Kos, Rhodes, Corfu, Verna, Burgas, Palma de Mallorca, Antalya and to at the beginning of July 2020

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Varna: Voyage Air dares to try again

With a 28-year-old Boeing 737-500, Voyage Air wants to connect Varna with various German cities. The difference to the previous attempts? Now the company has AOC and OL. The Bulgarian start-up Voyage Air

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April: Only 100 passengers in Bremen

In April 2020, the north German airport only counted 100 passengers due to the corona pandemic. A low point in the history of the airport. This year's April will probably not be remembered so fondly at Bremen Airport.

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