Air Berlin

Who is to blame, what is left and who will get what?

Lufthansa, TUI, Thomas Cook and Easyjet are all hoping to benefit from Air Berlin’s ‘crash landing’ which looks likely to result in a break-up of the insolvent German airline group. more


German airline bankruptcy

Air Berlin declares insolvency but state aid saves summer 2017 flights

Air Berlin dramatically declared insolvency after shareholder Etihad suddenly ended its financial support but a €150 million government loan will keep it flying for another three months to complete the summer 2017 schedule. more

Tomorrow’s customers

What will German tourists want in 2030?

Individual holidays where everything is possible instead of standardised packages. That’s what German tourists will want in 2030, top travel industry managers predicted in fvw’s 50th anniversary issue ‘Reisen 5.0’ which focused on the future of travel. more



Most popular hotels of German holidaymakers

The fvw Hotelometer in cooperation with data analysis company TrevoTrend counts booking requests for holiday hotels. The map shows booking request trends in the past two weeks compared with the previous fortnight. more


fvw Kongress, September 19+20, 2017, Cologne

Update your knowledge. Think fresh. Act now.

Held annually in fall, fvw Kongress is the popular meeting point for over 2250 decision-makers from the tourism, technology and business travel industry. more

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