Airbus Group to establish 3D printing Aerospace Factory in Germany

KIRA | April 7, 2016

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Airbus Group is further demonstrating its commitment to advancing research, development, and industrial production of the most advanced aircrafts in the world

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Germania Airlines (Fluggesellschaft)

Germania is a German airline with a thirty-year history. Founded in Cologne in 1986, the company‘s headquarters are now in Berlin. Every year, more than 2.8 million passengers board the carrier’s distinctive green and white aircraft for short and medium haul flights to travel on holiday, or to visit friends and family. In association with its Swiss affiliated company Germania Flug AG, the airline now operates 25 aircraft, mainly on a regional basis, beyond big airport hubs. With an instinct for a gap in the market, Germania has always offered flights to unusual destinations. The network now includes more than 40 destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.

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Article | March 20, 2020

Many airlines that operate the A380 have said that they plan to halt flights until after the current crisis is over. But looking online, many of these airlines are, in fact, still operating A380 flights. Which airlines have grounded them and which are still flying? The Airbus A380 is a fantastic aircraft. It can fly around 500 passengers vast distances and form the backbone of many long-haul international routes. However, in a period of low demand, many airlines have said that they will halt A380 flights as it is simply not economical to fly them.

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What To Expect From SWISS’ First Airbus A320neo

Article | February 19, 2020

On Thursday the 20th of February, SWISS will welcome its first Airbus A320neo. Here’s what to expect from the Lufthansa subsidiary’s new aircraft. SWISS is preparing for its new Airbus A320neo to enter into service. The first A320neo made its inaugural flight from the Airbus factory in Hamburg earlier this month and will be delivered to the airline’s hub at Zurich airport on Thursday this week.

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The A350 Vs 787 – What’s Better For Condor’s Fleet Replacement?

Article | February 19, 2020

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An uncertain future for cruise and aviation

Article | April 9, 2020

As we begin to hit what would be the peak season toward the middle of spring and start of summer, instead of reading stories of holiday go-ers preparing for their next big escape, we’re instead reading stories of two huge industries that may suffer huge losses following the coronavirus pandemic. As it currently stands, all major cruise lines have had major disruptions to their services as they’re forced to lay off thousands of workers indefinitely whilst ports to many countries remain closed for the foreseeable future - the first big disruption to the industry since 9/11. And whilst the extended period of time in which services aren’t running for, the issues that the cruise liners may suffer from most could be a damaged reputation following the spread of infections amongst a number of ships. With many different people from many different countries all coming together in one confined space, it allowed the virus to spread very quickly in some instances, such as the Diamond Princess, reporting over 700 confirmed cases .

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Germania Airlines (Fluggesellschaft)

Germania is a German airline with a thirty-year history. Founded in Cologne in 1986, the company‘s headquarters are now in Berlin. Every year, more than 2.8 million passengers board the carrier’s distinctive green and white aircraft for short and medium haul flights to travel on holiday, or to visit friends and family. In association with its Swiss affiliated company Germania Flug AG, the airline now operates 25 aircraft, mainly on a regional basis, beyond big airport hubs. With an instinct for a gap in the market, Germania has always offered flights to unusual destinations. The network now includes more than 40 destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.

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