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#1 TheJoker

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Posted 12 de October de 2017 - 10:45

By   Jakob WERT
 

 

October 12, 2017

 

 

German media reports that Lufthansa Group is going to take over 81 Air Berlin aircraft (including subsidiary airlines Niki and LGW) as well as 3000 employees.

The internal talks between the two airlines were successful, LH Group and its low-cost subsidiary Eurowings are getting the biggest part of Air Berlin’s leftover.
Contracts will be signed today in Berlin at 12:00 local time.

Lufthansa is paying 200 million Euro for the 81 Air Berlin aircraft and will invest a total of 1.5 billion Euro into the airline.
LH’s CEO Spohr says it may take the EU up to 3 months to make antitrust checks and give the green light for the takeover.

 

Air Berlin is ceasing operations on October 28th. Lufthansa and Eurowings have already announced replacement routes for Air Berlin flights.

 

 

http://www.airlive.n...3000-employees/

 

 

Mídia alemã:  https://www.welt.de/...Air-Berlin.html

http://www.spiegel.d...-a-1172542.html


Edited by TheJoker, 12 de October de 2017 - 10:47 .


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Posted 13 de October de 2017 - 15:22

Sem contar que a Niki o Niki Lauda queria recomprar( ele fundou e vendeu em 2011 pra Air Berlin) mas a Lufthansa consegui agora o monopólio em Viena bem como outros aeroportos, mesmo a Easyjet comprando 27 aeronaves da Air Berlin baseadas em Düsseldorf, a Eurowings terá o monopólio tb neste aeroporto....rotas como Berlin-Munique terão agora somente LH e Eurowings

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Posted 13 de October de 2017 - 16:52

Vamos ver se a LH vai abrir mesmo um terceiro hub alemão.

 

Ja estão anunciando Berlim-Nova York.



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Posted 13 de October de 2017 - 17:31

Sem contar que a Niki o Niki Lauda queria recomprar( ele fundou e vendeu em 2011 pra Air Berlin) mas a Lufthansa consegui agora o monopólio em Viena bem como outros aeroportos, mesmo a Easyjet comprando 27 aeronaves da Air Berlin baseadas em Düsseldorf, a Eurowings terá o monopólio tb neste aeroporto....rotas como Berlin-Munique terão agora somente LH e Eurowings

Sera que o Niki Lauda vai partir para sua 3a compahia aerea ou vai se contentar com a aviaçaõ executiva mesmo?



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Posted 13 de October de 2017 - 20:11

Tenho um sonho de ver um BER/Brasil.

 

 

 

 

mas tem q terminar aquele aeroporto "novo"


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Posted 14 de October de 2017 - 03:40

mas tem q terminar aquele aeroporto "novo"

 

É, essa é a complicação máxima nesse momento pra BER



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Posted 16 de October de 2017 - 22:20

E a Eurowings começa a tomar o seu espaço.

 

EUROWINGS TO LAUNCH 36 NEW, SOME EX-AIR BERLIN ROUTES

 

October 16, 2017

 

Last month, the German low-cost carrier opened reservations for these international routes, of which 15 are new flights from Berlin, six from Vienna, five from Dusseldorf, three from Nuremberg, two from Hamburg, one from Cologne, one from Munich, one from Salzburg, one from Stuttgart, and one from Zurich.

A great part of these new Eurowings routes were formerly operated by Air Berlin, which will cease operations on October 28, 2017.

From Berlin, Eurowings will launch 11 new flights starting on January 15, 2018, to:

  • Copenhagen on a six-time a week flight operated on a Boeing 737-800,
  • Gothenburg, Stockholm-Arlanda, and Helsinki on a six-time a week flight operated on an Airbus A320,
  • Gran Canaria/Las Palmas on a five-time a week flight operated on an Airbus A320,
  • Fuerteventura and Tenerife South on a two weekly flight operated on an Airbus A320,
  • Krakow on a seven-time a week flight,
  • Milan Malpensa with two daily flights operated on a Boeing 737-800,
  • Munich with three daily flights operated on an Airbus A320,
  • And Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden on an 18 weekly flight.

Three on January 16, 2018, to:

 
  • Funchal on a three-time a week flight operated on an Airbus A320,
  • Lanzarote on a two weekly flight operated on a Boeing 737-800,
  • And Santa Cruz de la Palma on a two weekly flight operated on an Airbus A320.
  • And one on January 17, 2018, to Malaga with two weekly flights operated on an Airbus A320.

 

From Vienna, Eurowings will launch six new routes operated on Airbus A320 to:

  • Catania with two weekly flights to be inaugurated on January 19, 2018,
  • Funchal with a weekly flight to be inaugurated on January 16, 2018,
  • Lanzarote with a weekly flight to be inaugurated on January 15, 2018,
  • Larnaca y Marrakech with two weekly and 1 weekly flight, respectively, to be inaugurated on January 18, 2018,
  • And Tenerife South with two weekly flights to be inaugurated on January 17, 2018.

 

From Dusseldorf, Eurowings will launch 5 new services, all on January 15, 2018 to:

  • Bologna with 3 daily flights on a Dash 8-Q400,
  • Copenhagen with daily flights on a Dash 8-Q400,
  • Florence with 3 daily flights on a Dash 8-Q400,
  • Munich with 3 daily flights on an Airbus A320,
  • And Stuttgart with 24 weekly flights even though aircraft type is still not listed.

 

From Nuremberg, there are three new services, all operated on an Airbus A320, to be launched:

  • Fuerteventura on January 18, 2018, with a weekly flight,
  • Gran Canaria/Las Palmas on January 17, 2018, with a three-time a week flight,
  • And Tenerife South on January 15, 2018, with 2 weekly flights.

From Hamburg, there are two new routes that will be launched on January 16, 2018, to Funchal and Lanzarote. Both, Funchal with a weekly flight, and Lanzarote with 2 weekly flights will be operated on an Airbus A320.

 

Also, from Cologne, Eurowings will launch a route to Lanzarote on January 16, 2018, with 2 weekly flights operated on a Boeing 737-800.

Additionally, the low-cost carrier will launch one route from Munich with 2 weekly flight to Malaga on January 19, 2018, and from Zurich, there’s one new route to Palma Mallorca, both operated on an Airbus A320.

To Tenerife South, there are two new routes that will be launched from Salzburg on January 19, 2018, and Stuttgart on January 20, 2018. Both will be weekly and operated on an Airbus A320.

These routes remain not listed in the GDS, however, the Boeing 737-800 is likely to be operated by charter operator TUIfly.

All Dash8-Q400 flights, originally operated by Air Berlin, might be operated by Eurowings, instead.

 

 

https://airwaysmag.c...-36-new-routes/


Edited by TheJoker, 16 de October de 2017 - 22:21 .

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Posted 17 de October de 2017 - 12:39

Brussels Airlines to acquire two Airbus A340 aircraft, to be operated on behalf of Eurowings
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André Orban
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17 October, 2017

 

This morning, some top brass of Lufthansa were visiting Brussels Airlines headquarters, and simultaneously there was an extraordinary meeting of the staff council.

A first surprising decision arose out of these meetings in the early afternoon: Brussels Airlines would get two Airbus A340 aircraft to be operated from  Summer 2018 on long-haul routes to North America on behalf of Eurowings. The initial destinations will be New York JFK and Los Angeles. The number of A340 aircraft could be increased to six in 2019.

These aircraft, coming from the current Lufthansa fleet, will be painted in Eurowings colours and will be based in Dusseldorf.

However, under the ACMI contract between the airlines, the cockpit and the cabin will be staffed by Brussels Airlines crew, some hundred persons who will be hired locally and need to have a good knowledge of German language.

Currently, Eurowings long-haul routes are operated by SunExpress aircraft (a joint venture between Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines). Having Brussels Airlines to operate some of them thus represents a significant change of strategy in the Lufthansa/Eurowings Group.

 

http://www.aviation2...-a340-aircraft/



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Posted 17 de October de 2017 - 15:56

A Lufthansa não para de surpreender o mercado com suas estratégias

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Posted 17 de October de 2017 - 20:08

Só nos últimos 2 anos, o LH Group acumula 3.5 bilhões de euros de lucro líquido, nada surpreende....


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Posted 17 de October de 2017 - 21:57

E fora a qualidade dos serviços da cia.



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Posted Yesterday, 17:08

no meio da confusão com a Air Berlin, mais uma indo "para o saco"... Mais gente presa com voos cancelados.

 

 

 

https://www.reuters....s-idUSL8N1OD59V

 

Austria will repatriate any stranded Niki passengers, ministry says

 

VIENNA, Dec 13 (Reuters) - The Austrian government has agreed to repatriate any passengers of Air Berlin unit Niki stranded abroad by cancelled return flights, a Transport Ministry spokesman said on Wednesday.

Lufthansa has abandoned plans to buy Niki after the European Commission told Lufthansa that it would not allow the deal, meaning Niki could join the list of Europe’s collapsed airlines this year.

“(Chancellery Minister Thomas) Drozda, (Finance Minister Hans Joerg) Schelling and (Transport Minister Joerg) Leichtfried agreed to repatriate stranded passengers as quickly as possible,” the spokesman said.

“The repatriation offer applies to any Niki flights that have been cancelled due to the current situation, independent of any insolvency,” he added.

Several Niki flights scheduled for Thursday have been cancelled but those cancellations were long-standing and unrelated to any insolvency, a Vienna Airport spokesman said. (Reporting by Kirsti Knolle)