Lufthansa received the go-ahead yesterday to build a maintenance hangar to handle the A380 at Frankfurt. The administrative court of Kassel rejected opposition to the project from local authorities and environmental groups, upholding the state of Hesse's approval last November of the planned building. "Construction of the hangar will be able to start as scheduled in the autumn. Lufthansa will invest around €150 million ($182 million) in the new hangar," a spokesperson told ...

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