Niki Lauda has won the race

Niki Lauda is the winner/Foto: reuters

Niki Lauda has done it again. In the struggle for the insolvent airline Niki he as the founder of the airline is the winner. “Out of a transparent bidding process, Lauda Motion GmbH emerged today as the best bidder in the early morning hours,” so far the news of the joint press release of the two insolvency administrators Ulla Reisch and Lucas F. Flöther on 23 January in Vienna. Continue reading “Niki Lauda has won the race” »

Eurowings continues to grow

Eurowings Airbus A330/Foto: Eurowings

Eurowings www.eurowings.com will serve now one of the major German business routes Düsseldorf-Munich seven times a week. The route is part of the construction plan of the Lufthansa subsidiary. According to the company, Eurowings is now the market leader in Dusseldorf, intends Continue reading “Eurowings continues to grow” »

Wanted: Sparkling Idea for Personalized Travel Information

Aviation Managers provide sights into the current digital practice of their companies at the Aviation Symposium in Frankfurt, November 2017/Photos: jwm

Airline managers see significant changes as well as opportunities for their companies through digitization. It is undisputed: the expectations are high. Leading airlines have long invested considerable sums in digital initiatives, but the very individual passenger information for the journey from A to B is still coming.
At the Aviation Symposium in Frankfurt at the end of November, Heike Birlenbach, Senior Vice President Sales Hub Airlines of the Lufthansa Group, Joerg Tuensmeyer, Sales Director of British Airways for Europe, Africa and Latin America, as well as Dr. Ing. Pierre Dominique Prümm, responsible for flight operations and terminal management at Fraport, provided insights into the current digital practice of their companies.
The Lufthansa Group has Continue reading “Wanted: Sparkling Idea for Personalized Travel Information” »

Easyjet rivals Lufthansa

Easyjet starts competition with Lufthansa/Foto:dpa

After the Berlin Air Berlin insolvency, the British budget airline Easyjet wants to fly from 2018 for the first time on domestic routes and make Lufthansa competition. The airline said that it would offer connections from Berlin to Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart on a weekly basis from January 5 to a total of 250 flights.

The airline is pleased to be able to offer “more competition and lower tariffs, in particular on domestic German routes, for which there is currently only a very limited selection,” said the European business manager Thomas Haagensen.

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Europe’s aviation business models on the test bench

Tourism, low cost, regional flights – everyone wants to grow. Panel discussion in Frankfurt (from left: moderator Timo Kotowski / FAZ, Roland Keppler, Oliver Wagner and Jochen-Schadt) / Photo: Messe Frankfurt

Germany and Europe’s aviation business models are on the ,test bench´ after the bankruptcies of Air Berlin, Monarch Air and Alitalia. According to experts, further bankruptcies will follow, as consolidation in Europe is in full swing. In Frankfurt at the end of November this item was heatedly debated on this year’s Aviation Symposium und business models were presented.

For Eurowings sales chief and Chief Commercial Officer Oliver Wagner Lowcost is still one of the main trends, especially Continue reading “Europe’s aviation business models on the test bench” »

Economic Summit Germany on July 1 at Lufthansa in Seeheim-Jugenheim

Terrace of the conference hotel in Seeheim-Jugenheim / Photo: DA! GmbH

We experience change every day. Can it be designed? What can politicians, entrepreneurs and thinkers do? What can the individual move? Can we look ahead? The answers will be provided by the 2017 Economic Summit, which will take place on July 1 at Lufthansa in Seeheim-Jugenheim. It is under the motto: “Change – shaping change”.


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Now set the right course

Leaders from the aviation, politics and business sectors, as well as 200 interested in the industry, met on the Aviation Event 2017 at the HOLM (House of Logistics and Mobility) at Frankfurt Airport / Photo: Patrick Kuschfeld
This year’s Aviation Event again brought together executives from the aviation, politics and business sectors as well as 200 interested members of the industry at the HOLM (House of Logistics and Mobility) at Frankfurt Airport to discuss future issues. The ninth event of the Aviation Event series was under the motto “take-off or touchdown: what is the magic formula for success in the aviation industry?”.
In any case, it means: “Now set the right course”. The increasing role of drones and future innovations in the freight business were just as much a topic as the privatization and the expansion of the infrastructure of airports with an outlook on improved competitiveness.

Aeronautics is a growth market worldwide. In order to ensure that Europe’s aviation sites remain

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