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, Schweiz 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, Schweiz and the rest of the world.

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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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Germany: Lauda only flies wet leases

In future, Lauda will not operate any flights for its own account, but only ACMI services for Ryanair from Stuttgart and Düsseldorf. According to the management, this should not have any effects on Vienna and Palma de Mallorca. The airline Lauda

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Eurowings reports high demand

The lifting of the international travel warning is said to have spurred the Germans' desire to travel. The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings is further increasing the flight schedule due to "soaring demand". Around 80 percent of the destinations are to be resumed in the course of the summer.

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Tuifly is cutting 700 employees

Actually, Tuifly wanted to get back into the long-haul business in autumn 2020 and serve some routes from Düsseldorf. But now nothing will come of it. The reduction of jobs, especially among the flying personnel, is now imminent. On

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Germany: Ryanair takes over Lauda wages

A collective agreement is now also to be concluded in Germany. There could be up to 20 percent less wages for the higher earners. From the management's point of view, job cuts are inevitable. For the Lauda crews in

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Germany: Lauda has money for wages

The German Lauda employees in Düsseldorf and Stuttgart will definitely look in vain for their May salary on their checking accounts, because the company announced on Thursday that they are no longer able to pay this. Already

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AUA announces restart

Austrian Airlines will resume flight operations on June 8, 400 after an almost three-month “break”, mainly with the Dash 195-15 turboprop aircraft and the Embraer 2020 regional jets. The first flights are to be to London, Paris and Brussels

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