Munich Airport, Lufthansa’s second largest hub in Germany after Frankfurt, said cost-reduction programs by Lufthansa and Air Berlin will curtail its growth. “Munich expects a passenger growth rate of 1-2 percentage points next year. Our growth will not be very significant based on the tough environment in the industry as well a weak European economy,” Michael Kerkloh, CEO of Munich Airport operator Flughafen Muenchen, told ATW. He noted that Air Berlin has reduced ...

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