Lufthansa intends to cut 26 thousand jobs

Lufthansa and the relevant airline trade unions are negotiating plans for company management to cut at least 26 thousand jobs, this measure affects nearly 22 thousand full-time employees. On April 28, Lufthansa announced the alleged dismissal of 10,000 employees and the sale of at least a hundred airliners from her fleet, later the number of […]

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Lufthansa

Lufthansa Airlines is the largest airline in Europe and the fifth in the world in terms of the number of passengers carried. Home Port – Airport in Dusseldorf (Airport Dusseldorf EDDL). The main hubs (hub airports) are located in Munich and Frankfurt. Every day the company operates hundreds of flights around the world and its […]

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Germanwings

Germanwings is a German low-cost airline based in Cologne. It was established in 2002. 100% of the shares are owned by Lufthansa. Homeport – Cologne Bonn Airport. The main hubs are the airports of Stuttgart, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Dortmund, Hanover, and Berlin-Tegel. In January 2013, Lufthansa began transferring short-haul flights to Germanwings. The airline’s route network […]

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Air Berlin

Air Berlin is a German low-cost airline, the second largest in Germany, after Lufthansa. Homeport – Tegel Airport in Berlin. Air Berlin takes 7th place in the list of the largest airlines in Europe and 3rd place among low-costers, second only to Ryanair and EasyJet. The airline has an extensive route network, which includes major […]

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Lufthansa does not rule out bankruptcy

The German air carrier is in dispute with the state over the conditions for the payment of a multi-billion-dollar aid package. Lufthansa executives believe bankruptcy may be a better option.  The German aircraft company Lufthansa, in a dispute with the state over the conditions for the payment of a multi-billion-dollar aid package, first announced that […]

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MBB Bo 105

MBB Bo 105 – German attack and a multi-purpose helicopter. Available in civilian and military versions. Developed by the German company MBB (DASA). The first flight took place in 1967, in total by 2001 more than 1200 helicopters of various modifications were produced. It is in service with many countries in the world and is […]

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