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Oman Air Grows Lufthansa Partnership

Oman Air is set to further expand its presence in Europe after extending its codeshare agreement with Lufthansa.  The revised agreement, announced on August 6, will see the German flag carrier continue to place its LH flight code on Oman

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Ryanair and Lufthansa Lock Horns

Ryanair and Lufthansa have become embroiled in a legal spat over their respective dealings with Austrian start-up Laudamotion.  The Irish carrier’s move to increase its shareholding in its Vienna-based counterpart from 24.9% to 75% was approved by the European Commission

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A Fresh Role for Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is to play a pivotal role in expanding Eurowings Group’s long-haul operations under newly defined terms issued by the Belgian carrier’s German parent. Announcing the move, the Eurowings Group said the Belgian airline “will spur further growth” by

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Airliner World: July 2018 Edition Highlights

The July issue of Airliner World is on sale now, featuring: FREE 24-PAGE SUPPLEMENT: Embraer E2 – The Profit Hunter We chronicle the development of the E-Jet E2, the world’s newest airliner, from concept through to delivery including exclusive, behind-the-scenes

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More Interest in Norwegian

Lufthansa CEO, Carsten Spohr has revealed that the German flag carrier has been “in contact” with low-cost airline, Norwegian. However, he cautioned that any potential deal would depend on price, the strategic advantages such an opportunity could provide and most

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Niki Lands Niki

Former motor racing champion and aviation entrepreneur Niki Lauda is set to regain control of Austrian low-cost carrier Niki.  The Vienna-based airline, which Lauda created in 2003, filed for insolvency in December after parent airberlin ceased operations, having run into

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Five-Star Lufthansa

Lufthansa is in a celebratory mood after securing a five-star rating from airline and airport review and ranking site Skytrax.  The German flag carrier becomes the first in Europe to receive such an accolade – based on passenger reviews spanning

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Lufthansa Moves for Alitalia and airberlin

Lufthansa Group could be set to expand its business significantly after submitting a proposal to acquire elements of ailing Alitalia.  A statement from the German flag carrier issued on October 16 confirmed it was not bidding for the complete airline,

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Airberlin Shortlists Preferred Bidders

Airberlin is confident a buyer will be found for at least part of its business after shortlisting two preferred bidders.  The ailing German airline, which filed for administration in August confirmed it has entered formal negotiations with Lufthansa and easyJet

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airberlin Flies On…

Airberlin has vowed to continue operations after filing for insolvency.  The ailing German carrier, which posted a €782m loss last year, confirmed on August 15 it had filed to commence proceedings under self-administration at the Berlin-Charlottenburg District Court as it

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