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Sustainability was top of the agenda before Covid-19 arrived and it will now ultimately define its recovery, building a better environment for all
A better, more sustainable travel industry is likely to emerge once Covid-19 disruption recedes. It should be an industry continuously improving through competition. But it
Brandenburg’s debut opens the door for long-haul connectivity into Berlin, but who will take the risk?
One of the biggest airport stories of 2020 will be the opening of the new Berlin Brandenburg airport in Germany’s capital city. This is an
Is 2020 the year that Berlin finally gets its new airport? It is nine years later than planned but Brandenburg airport is set to open in Oct-2020
“What else can go wrong now?” would not be an unnatural reaction to the news that Willy Brandt Berlin Brandenburg airport (BER) will finally officially
Berlin Airports: EUR110m loss expected in FY2019 but there is light at the end of the tunnel with Brandenburg Airport opening in Oct-2020
Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH (FBB), operator of the Berlin airport system and the Berlin Brandenburg Airport construction project, registered an improved fiscal year 2018 with
Berlin witnesses faster growth in visitor arrivals ahead of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the wall
Berlin has strengthened its position as one Europe’s top leading travel destinations with initial statistics showing that approximately 13.5 million people visited the city last
Berlin Brandenburg claims a ‘time-competitive advantage’ over the New Central Polish Airport – but does it have one?
Germany’s House of Representatives member Sebastian Czaja said recently that construction of the New Central Polish Airport could present “massive competition for Berlin”. He called
The CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit closed on 28 Nov-2018 with a debate on the question: “Can aviation unions be a force for good?”. Polled
CAPA WORLD SUMMIT: Does ‘over-regulation’ pose a challenge to airport development in some parts of the world?
At last week’s CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit, Berlin Brandenburg Airport’s (FBB) CEO Dr Engelbert Luetke Daldrup highlighted over-regulation poses challenges for “big projects” in
Unions are ‘are fighting the wrong cause and the wrong enemy’, why ‘if you don’t change, you die’ and how it is ‘very clear low cost will prevail’ – more insights from the CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit
The latest decade has been one of relative stability for the aviation industry, but the tide has almost certainly now turned, and it is certainly