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Niki Lauda und Air Berlin: "Wer am Catering spart, hat schon verloren"

Niki Lauda und Air Berlin: "Wer am Catering spart, hat schon verloren"

SPIEGEL ONLINE - September 23, 2017

Gulasch für Budapest-Passagiere, Schnitzel für Innsbruck-Reisende: Niki Lauda hat große Pläne mit Air Berlin - aber kaum noch Chancen, die Bieterschlacht zu gewinnen. Von Markus Brauck, Dinah Deckstein, Hauke Goos und Martin U. Müller mehr...

Ebay-Auktionen : Air-Berlin-Herzen werden zu Mondpreisen gehandelt 
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Ebay-Auktionen : Air-Berlin-Herzen werden zu Mondpreisen gehandelt 

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 22, 2017

Air Berlin ist pleite und die ersten Kunden werden wehmütig. Darauf scheinen zumindest einige Verkäufer bei Ebay zu setzen. Sie bieten die berühmten Schoko-Herzen an - für verdammt viel Geld. mehr...


Descent to Oblivion: The Death Wish of a Germanwings Co-Pilot

Descent to Oblivion: The Death Wish of a Germanwings Co-Pilot

SPIEGEL ONLINE - March 27, 2015

The flight was routine, but it ended in disaster. On Tuesday, a Germanwings co-pilot apparently intentionally flew Flight 4U9525 into the ground, killing 149 people and himself. It is unlikely we will even know why he did. By SPIEGEL Staff more... Comment ]

Pilotenstreik: Lufthansa streicht 1350 Flüge - 150.000 Passagiere betroffen

Pilotenstreik: Lufthansa streicht 1350 Flüge - 150.000 Passagiere betroffen

SPIEGEL ONLINE - December 01, 2014

Schon wieder: Mit einem neuen Streik bringen die Piloten der Lufthansa zu Wochenbeginn die Reisepläne zahlreicher Passagiere durcheinander. Die Fluglinie hat Hunderte Flüge gestrichen. mehr... Forum ]


Bird Strike: Backlash Stirs Against Lufthansa Pilots

Bird Strike: Backlash Stirs Against Lufthansa Pilots

SPIEGEL ONLINE - April 11, 2014

Last week's three-day strike at Lufthansa drew attention to structural problems at a company that is critical to Germany's globalized economy. The flag carrier is losing ground against competitors but its pilots are remaining firm. By Dinah Deckstein more... Comment ]

Taking Flight: Emirates Taps Germany for New Recruits

Taking Flight: Emirates Taps Germany for New Recruits

SPIEGEL ONLINE - September 18, 2013

Dubai-based airline Emirates is recruiting in Germany -- and embarrassing rival Lufthansa in the process. While the flagship German airline can scarcely afford to make new hires, Emirates can hardly train them fast enough. By Dinah Deckstein and Ann-Kathrin Nezik more... Comment ]


'Excessive': Strike Grounds Nearly All Lufthansa Flights

'Excessive': Strike Grounds Nearly All Lufthansa Flights

SPIEGEL ONLINE - April 22, 2013

Lufthansa cancelled most of its flights on Monday due to a strike by ground and cabin crew aimed at pressuring the airline in an ongoing wage dispute. The German national carrier called the measure "excessive" and "unprecedented." more... Comment ]

Budget Gamble: Lufthansa Risks Losing Customers With Revamp

Budget Gamble: Lufthansa Risks Losing Customers With Revamp

SPIEGEL ONLINE - April 17, 2013

Lufthansa will soon be called Germanwings, at least on some routes. The German national carrier is shifting unprofitable short-haul flights that don't serve its Frankfurt or Munich hubs to its budget subsidiary in order to cut costs -- and risks alienating its customers in the process. By Martin U. Müller more... Comment ]


Labor Dispute: Strike Grounds 700 Lufthansa Flights

Labor Dispute: Strike Grounds 700 Lufthansa Flights

SPIEGEL ONLINE - March 21, 2013

Lufthansa's far-reaching cost-cutting plans once again resulted in broad strikes on Thursday morning, affecting several of Germany's largest airports. Hundreds of flights were cancelled and the union which called the walkout is not expecting a deal any time soon. more...

Toxic Fumes: German Airline Safety Issues Larger than Thought

Toxic Fumes: German Airline Safety Issues Larger than Thought

SPIEGEL ONLINE - October 08, 2012

Just how dangerous is flying in Germany? Airlines often fail to report safety issues and, according to a pilots' union spokesman, air quality incidents inside jet cabins are commonplace. Now Germany's transport minister has demanded that the European Union come up with a unified approach to the problem. more...