Frankfurt Airport Frankfurt International Airport Germany 

System failure in Frankfurt Airport could cause cancellations and delays

The incident began a few hours ago and the airport warns passengers. The Frankfurt International Airport (FRA), in Germany, communicated to passengers through its official website and its Twitter account, the possibility that some flights are canceled or suffer delays due to a computer system failure that damages the operations . “Due to an IT-Failure, flight disruptions and cancellations might occur at Frankfurt Airport. Please check the status of your flight on the websites of your airline. For further information regarding your flight please refer to your airline’s website. Flight…

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Berlin Brandemburg Airport Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Germany 

Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport will open in 2020

Located 18 kilometers from the German capital, it will replace the current airports of Schönefeld and Tegel. The Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport (BER) announced that the Flughafen Supervisory Board Berlin Brandenburg GmbH (FBB) approved the executive report on the planning of the start-up of the airport for October 2020. Initially, the airport had opening date in 2010, but a number of problems were delayed opening. Later the date of beginning of operations was postponed in time, becoming June 3, 2012, then March 17, 2013 and then in 2014. Finally,…

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Landing moment in Salzburg, wing near ground. Germany 

A Boeing 737-800 should have aborted a landing due to strong crosswinds

The plane of Enter Air made a charter flight and almost hit the ground with the wing at the time of landing in Salzburg. On October 29 numerous storms broke out on the European continent, some of them with dangerous winds that hampered air activities. A Boeing 737-800 and registration SP-ESA belonging to the airline Enter Air operated the flight E4503 from the Frankfurt Airport (FRA), in Germany, to the Salzburg Airport (SZG), in Austria. Due to strong cross winds that reached speeds of up to 50 miles per hour…

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Ryanair aircraft Airlines Germany Ryanair 

Ryanair adds new destinations from Frankfurt next summer

The low-cost airline also will base three new aircraft in the German city. Ryanair will add 34 new routes next summer 2018 from Frankfurt Airport (FRA), in Germany. The airline expects a growth of passengers transported at Frankfurt from 1.2 to 2.6 million thanks to the incorporation of the new destinations. Order to support the demand, the airline will base three new Boeing 737 aircraft at Frankfurt Airport that they join the 7 which are currently based there. Ryanair aims to add another route from the nearby airport of Frankfurt-Hahn to the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv. The list…

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