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  • Jet Aviation adds Düsseldorf to list of German FBO sites

    <BR>Swiss business aviation services specialist Jet Aviation has won the competition to operate a new fixed base...

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  • Jet wins at Düsseldorf

    News | 31 Jan 2006 00:00

    <P><BR>Jet Aviation has won the tender to set up a fixed-base operation (FBO) and executive terminal at Düsseldorf International Airport.</P> <P>Construction has already begun and the executive terminal is expected to be completed and fully operational by the end of May 2006.</P> <P>Currently, Jet Aviation Düsseldorf provides FBO services from its maintenance facility, which is located close to the new site. The new two-storey terminal will enable immigration and customs clearance of passengers and crew to be carried out in-house.</P> <P>Jet Aviation Düsseldorf services the Cessna Citation series, Embraer Legacy, Raytheon aircraft including the Beech series, the Premier I and Hawker 400XP, the Piaggio Avanti and Piper turboprops.</P>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Jet-wins-at-Dsseldorf-204451/
  • Jet Aviation adds Düsseldorf to list of German FBO sites

    News | 26 Jan 2006 14:29

    <BR>Swiss business aviation services specialist Jet Aviation has won the competition to operate a new fixed base operation (FBO) at Germany's Düsseldorf International airport. <BR><BR>The company was among five competitors fighting to gain construction rights for a new executive terminal at the airport. The company received approval from airport operators late last year and started construction a few days ago. Jet Aviation expects the FBO to be completed and fully operational by the end of May. <BR><BR>Düsseldorf currently has two full FBOs, operated by Swissport and Aviation Handling Service. Jet Aviation offers executive handling from its maintenance hangar at the airport. <BR><BR>Düsseldorf International is now facing competition from Düsseldorf Weeze airport (formerly Niederrhein) for business aviation traffic and airport authorities faced down environmentalist protests to clear planning permission for further business aviation terminal space at the airport. <BR><BR>“The investmenthttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Jet-Aviation-adds-Dsseldorf-to-list-of-German-FBO-sites-204336/
  • Global airport groupings

    News | 01 Dec 2001 00:00

    <p>DATA COMPLIED BY TREVOR MOUNTFORD, INFORMATION RESEARCHER AT ATI</p> <p>This listing includes those international airport groups with significant business links and foreign holdings beyond their home country. Data is compiled from returns to the database of Airline Business sister online service Air Transport Intelligence. </p> <p>Aena Base: Spain Description: Aena manages 43 airports in Spain, 12 in Mexico and two in Colombia. It is also responsible for five air traffic control centres. Revenues: $1,333 million Main Airports: Barecelona, Madrid Passenger total: 128.1 million Owned airports: Alicante, Almeria, Asturias, Barranquilla - Ernesto Cortissoz, Badajoz - Talavera la Real, Barcelona, Bilbao, Cartagena, C&oacute;rdoba, El Hierro, Gerona, Ibiza, Fuerteventura, Granada, Gran Canaria - La Palma, La Coruna, Lanzarote, Madrid - Barajas, Madrid - Cuatro Vientos, Malaga, Melilla, Menorca, Murcia/San Javier, Palma de Mallorca, Pamplona, Reus, Sabadell, Salamanca, San Sebastian, Shttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Global-airport-groupings-139546/
  • Former Debonair executives regroup for German start-up

    News | 30 Apr 2000 23:00

    <p>An airline formed from the ashes of Debonair plans to take on Lufthansa on key domestic routes in Germany, using D&uuml;sseldorf Express Airport as a hub. </p> <p>European Air Express (EAE) was founded by Peter Hauptvogel, who was managing director, Germany, for Debonair before the demise of the low-fares carrier last year. The new airline will concentrate on some of Debonair's more lucrative routes. Unlike Debonair, EAE is focusing on business passengers. </p> <p>The airline is serving London Luton and Munich from D&uuml;sseldorf and plans to introduce a four-times-a-day service to Hamburg from the airport, near M&ouml;nchengladbach. Hauptvogel admits this is a direct challenge to Lufthansa, which serves Hamburg from nearby D&uuml;sseldorf International and Cologne/Bonn airports. </p> <p>Although most of these destinations will be in Germany, with Berlin under consideration, executive vice-president Europe Barry Zorn says France could be a possibility now Air France is increasinhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Former-Debonair-executives-regroup-for-German-start-up-65171/
  • KLM uk sets off for low-cost growth

    News | 01 Feb 2000 00:00

    COLIN BAKER LONDON KLM uk has joined the low-fare club as its new buzz brand took to the air in January. It backs predictions that low-cost traffic will triple in the next four years. <p>Floris van Pallandt, KLM uk's chief executive, dismisses suggestions that the London Stansted-based carrier has been forced into this move by the success of rivals easyJet, Ryanair and Go. "This is not a defensive measure, more of an opportunity," van Pallandt says, pointing to figures from market research firm Mintel, which predicts UK low-fare passenger numbers will increase from 5.4 million in 1998 to 15 million in 2003. </p> <p>With the launch of buzz, KLM uk will essentially be left as a feeder for KLM's Schiphol hub, serving 12 UK airports with 17 Fokker 100s and nine Fokker 50s. </p> <p>Buzz's main competitors have a head start, although the newcomer has generally selected routes where it is not competing head to head with low-fare rivals. </p> <p>A number of industry observers have questiohttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/KLM-uk-sets-off-for-low-cost-growth-61318/