Lufthansa boosts A380 operations out of Munich; aircraft to be equally split between Munich and Frankfurt hubs from Summer 2020

German national carrier Lufthansa will split its Airbus A380 equally between its two hubs from summer 2020 as it works to find the optimum routes…..

CAPA WORLD SUMMIT: Does ‘over-regulation’ pose a challenge to airport development in some parts of the world?

At last week’s CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit, Berlin Brandenburg Airport’s (FBB) CEO Dr Engelbert Luetke Daldrup highlighted over-regulation poses challenges for “big projects” in…..

Munich Airport’s third runway to be delayed; what does it say about infrastructure ‘needs’ across Europe?

Germany’s Bavaria Coalition Government submitted a coalition agreement in which it states plans for the construction of a third runway at Munich Airport will not…..

Airport Insight: Munich International Airport

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the…..

Lufthansa expansion justifies Munich’s third runway intentions

The transfer of part of Lufthansa’s operations to Munich Airport, including the stationing of 15 A350 aircraft out of 25 and five of 14 A380 aircraft for…..

Frankfurt and Munich compete for new Avianca link from Colombia

Avianca is planning to expand its network in Europe as part of the next phase of its international expansion as it starts to focus more…..

Lufthansa finds a new home for the A380 in Munich, as Frankfurt loses five SuperJumbos

After selecting its Bavarian hub for the deployment of its initial batch of Airbus A350s at the start of this year, German flag carrier Lufthansa…..