As reported, Lufthansa and its subsidiary Air Dolomiti will withdraw from the connection at the end of March because repairs to engines on A320neo jets are pending and the aircraft are more urgently needed for other connections. Now the South Tyrolean airline Sky Alps could take over – albeit on a smaller scale. With 80 seats, the Bolzano-based airline will also fly to Frankfurt from Linz.
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The route to Düsseldorf has been served by SkyAlps since October, and very successfully, says airport boss Norbert Draskovits to ORF Upper Austria. “We agree on what we want, it’s actually about the time factor, how quickly we manage to establish the cooperation,” says Draskovits. This also includes discussions with Lufthansa. Because she also has to play along. Lufthansa must create the necessary conditions at Frankfurt Airport for SkyAlps flights, such as ensuring that connecting flights can be reached with fully booked tickets.
Sky Alps says it is “fundamentally interested in covering attractive regional routes in the future”. There are discussions with several regional airports.
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