A German court in Hessen ruled Tuesday that night flights will be banned at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) when the fourth runway opens Oct. 21
Lufthansa Cargo at Frankfurt Airport. Courtesy, Lufthansa Cargo A German court in Hessen ruled Tuesday that night flights will be banned at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) when the fourth runway opens Oct. 21 (ATW Daily News, Oct. 5). The ban, which runs from 11 p.m. and 5 a.m., will affect 17 movements of mainly cargo flights. Lufthansa Cargo, which operates 10 scheduled nighttime slots, is expecting considerable financial damage from the night ban as it must now reschedule or cancel ...
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