Category: Lufthansa

Detroit-Metro Airport – Worst to First

Detroit Metro Airport, Top 5 US Airports   Overview of Detroit-Metro Airport by Steve Richardson of FlyersPulse.com, conducted between July 8, 2013, and October 2, 2013. The Davey, Smith, and Berry Terminals have become a chapter in aviation history as the new E.H. McNamara and North Terminal were built at Detroit-Metro Airport. The improvements have […]

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Delta and Lufthansa Boast Largest WiFi Fleets

Largest Fleet Equipped with In-Flight Internet Delta Air Lines, based at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Intl Airport (ATL) was the first to claim dibs on having the largest fleet of aircraft equipped with Internet service. However, it’s only their domestic fleet equipped with Broadband Internet via GoGo WiFi (WLAN), including larger regional jet aircraft. The WiFi equipped […]

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Lufthansa 747-8-I to Light Up Hollywood Sky + Win $15 iTunes Card

Boeing 747-8-I to Fly Frankfurt to LAX If you look up over the Los Angeles skies and you see a Lufthansa Bird, you may just be looking at the new “Jumbo” Queen of the Skies – the Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental. Lufthansa just received delivery of their fourth Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental with with the registration D-ABYF. […]

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Airberlin Files Legal Action Against Airport Operator

airberlin Files Suit Over Postponement of Opening Berlin Brandenburg (BER) Germany’s airberlin filed a request for a declaratory judgment against the Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH at Potsdam Regional Court. airberlin is Germany’s second largest airline and a member of the oneworld alliance, with close ties toEtihad Airways. In this action, airberlin is seeking judicial confirmation […]

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Lufthansa’s Largest Lounge in A-Plus Concourse

Frankfurt Airport’s new Pier A-Plus Opens The new Pier A-Plus – expanding 2,624 feet in length – the westward expansion of Terminal 1 opens today, October 10, 2012, after four years of construction. As flight operations start at the new pier, the expansion allows Germany’s largest hub airport to serve six million additional passengers per […]

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Queen of the Sky – Boeing 747-8-I to Fly

Lufthansa Launches Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental The Boeing 747 jet evokes a greater emotional response than any other aircraft.  It was the first jumbo-jet and is distinctly known for its “hump” – or upper deck – at the front of the plane.  Pan Am was the first customer and on February 9, 1969, it first took […]

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British Airways to Buy and Integrate BMI mainline

BMI and BA integration Pending Sale Pending the sale of BMI on or about April 20, British Airways has started consultation with the trade unions on proposals to integrate BMI mainline into its Heathrow Operations. The green light was given to IAG, International Airlines Group, British Airways’ owner, from the European Commission in late March […]

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Lufthansa A380 returns to San Francisco

A380 Service Between Frankfort and San Francisco Lufthansa is preparing to resume daily A380 service between Frankfurt (FRA) and San Francisco (SFO) on March 25th. The inbound flight, LH 454, is scheduled to depart Frankfurt (FRA) at 9:50am (CET) and arrive into the San Francisco (SFO) at 12:20pm the same day.  The return service, LH […]

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Lufthansa and Austrian Resume Tripoli

Lufthansa & Austrian Resume Tripoli Flights Both Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines are scheduled to resume flights to Tripoli.  The Libyan capital is an important business market as an oil producing state of North Africa.  Flights were temporarily suspending during the well publicized period of political unrest in which there was a change in government. Lufthansa […]

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EU starts Carbon Emissions Trading Scheme – UK APD tax increased

EU Begins Controversial CO2 Emissions Trading Scheme The European Union has rung in the new year with the requirement all flights to, from, and within Europe hold mandatory emission rights in the form of CO2 certificates.  The European Union is providing 82 per cent of the necessary CO2 certificates free of charge, leaving air carriers […]

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