Berlin Brandenburg Airport has opened

After decades of administrative blabber and construction problems, Berlin Brandenburg Airport finally opened on Saturday. 2 A320neos from Easyjet and Lufthansa received a water salute in front of Terminal 1. The 1st flight took place the next day to London Gatwick Airport, operated by Easyjet. Germany’s Federal Minister of Transport, Andreas Scheuer, announced at the […]

Lufthansa to resume flights to London City Airport

Lufthansa has announced today that it will resume flights from Frankfurt to London City Airport on the 7th of September. The German flag carrier will operate 2 flights a day between the 2 cities. Anne Doyere, London City Airport’s head of aviation has proclaimed that ‘the resumption of our Frankfurt route is a significant milestone […]

Lufthansa will shut down SunExpress Deutschland

SunExpress Deutschland will be shut down by Lufthansa in 3 days time. The subsidiary of Turkish-German leisure airline SunExpress, a joint venture between Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines, has a fleet of 20 aircraft and flies to 48 destinations. 1200 employees work for SunExpress Deutschland and solutions are being developed to see that everything goes fine […]

Germanwings is shut down by Lufthansa

Germanwings, a German airline wholly owned by Lufthansa but operating under Eurowings’s brand name, was shut down by Lufthansa on the 7th of April. The airline was founded in 1997 as a division of Eurowings. The main reason for its creation was to help Eurowings to enter the low cost market (an intelligent move, as […]