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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Dortmund Airport starts the summer holidays

The main travel season at Dortmund Airport starts with the last day of school on Friday. There are 54 destinations in 24 countries to choose from in the summer flight schedule – compared to the number of destinations in the previous record year 2019

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DTM: Wizzair takes off to Heviz (Balaton).

On Thursday morning, June 16.06.2022, XNUMX, a Wizz Air machine took off for the first time from Dortmund Airport to the new travel destination of Heviz in Hungary. Twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays, the new connection to the largest inland lake in Central Europe

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Dortmund builds additional Siko lines

Dortmund Airport is planning to build two more Siko lanes in the eastern part of the terminal. This is to be referred to as "Control Point C" and enables check-in at busy departure times. The board of directors gave for the project

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Dortmund: BVB fan airbus officially presented

As part of a hangar event, Eurowings officially presented the “BVB Fanairbus” at Dortmund Airport on Friday. According to their own statements, it should be the world's first aircraft that is explicitly intended for football fans - and not for one

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Wizz Air connects Dortmund with Rome

The Hungarian airline Wizz Air will fly three times a week from Dortmund to Rome-Fiumicino (FCO) from September 5th. Travelers arrive in the Eternal City every Monday, Wednesday and Friday – after a flight of almost two hours.

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