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Bauarbeiten auf dem Vorfeld


In dieser Woche wird am Köln Bonn Airport an der Beleuchtung von Vorfeld Delta gearbeitet. Für die Arbeiten ist der Einsatz eines Krans notwendig. Da der Kran aufgrund seiner Höhe in den Anflug der großen Start- und Landebahn ragt, ist die Bahn am... Read more

British Airways is back at Cologne/Bonn


A return on Friday night: the traditional carrier British Airways is back at Cologne Bonn Airport. One of their Airbus A320 took off for London Gatwick yesterday. From now on, the airline will be operating four flights a week to the city on the Thames.... Read more

Altered procedures due to police drill


Due to a large-scale anti-terror drill by the Federal Police and the Cologne Police Headquarters, there will be changes for arriving and departing passengers at Cologne Bonn Airport during the night from 20 to 21 November. Terminal operations will also... Read more

Moxy Hotel comes to the Airport


Spending the night overlooking the Airport: the decision on the developer, investor and operator of the new hotel at Cologne Bonn Airport has been made. Opposite Terminal 1, the Cologne--based real estate investment and project development company... Read more

Airport expects positive traffic figures


The third quarter of the financial year is coming to a close – and Cologne Bonn Airport is drawing a positive balance for the current year: by the end of December some 13 million passengers will have taken off or landed at Cologne/Bonn. In comparison... Read more

Employment boost at Airport


Cologne Bonn Airport is the job generator in the region – as the increasing figures of employees reveal: on the reporting date of 31 December 2017, 14,804 men and women were employed in 130 business enterprises at the Airport. These figures were the... Read more

Sunbathing and sightseeing


This flight schedule is full of exciting destinations both for beach holidaymakers and city visitors: the new winter timetable of Cologne Bonn Airport, which comes into effect on 28 October, includes 89 destinations. During the cold season, 22 airlines... Read more

Airport expects 800,000 passengers during fall break


Cologne/Bonn is about to experience the next big wave of travel: The airport is getting ready for the fall break. Approximately 800,000 passengers are expected between Oct. 12 and Oct. 28. Compared to the previous year, this represents an increase of... Read more

To Bordeaux with Ryanair


From Cologne/Bonn to the vineyards: starting spring 2019, the Irish carrier Ryanair will be flying to Bordeaux in the southwest of France three times a week. Beginning in April, the airline will include the route in its flight schedule - the Boeing 737... Read more

First converted A330 freighter flies from Cologne/Bonn


For many years, this plane carried passengers to their holiday destinations - in the future, it will be transporting fruit and vegetables from Egypt: On Sunday afternoon, the first commercial air cargo flight with the world's first Airbus A330-200... Read more

Change in the Management of Cologne/Bonn Airport


Today, Friedrich Merz, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Flughafen Köln/Bonn GmbH, informed the Company's Supervisory Board about an upcoming change in the Management of Cologne Bonn Airport: Mr. Athanasios Titonis has been offered the position of... Read more

VLM maiden flight: Rostock with a Fokker


Heading for the Baltic from Cologne /Bonn: a Fokker 50 of VLM Airlines took off today on its first flight to Rostock. As of now, the Belgian airline will be servicing Rostock-Laage five times a week – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Staturday and Sunday.... Read more

Canadian delegation visits Cologne/Bonn

Besuch Premier Nova Scotia

On their tour through Europe a Canadian delegation of representatives from politics and business made a stop yesterday at Cologne Bonn Airport. The delegation was headed by Stephen McNeil, the Premier of Nova Scotia, along with the managing directors of... Read more

EasyJet is back

EasyJet Welcome Back

As of today, the connection between Cologne/Bonn and Berlin is once again orange-coloured: The British airline EasyJet has returned to Cologne Bonn Airport. Just before 9 o’clock this morning, the Airbus took off with passengers heading for the capital... Read more

Growth trend continues in April


Cologne Bonn Airport stays on a growth curve this year. In April, a total of 1,068,990 passengers took off and landed at the Rhineland Airport. That is six percent more than in the same month of the previous year. The upward trend also continued in the... Read more

Best ever start to the year


Cologne Bonn Airport has made a successful start into the new year and expanded in passenger transport and in the air cargo sector. In the period from January to March 2018 we clocked up 2.43 million passengers, which is 4 percent more than the year... Read more

Johan Vanneste to start in May

Johan Vanneste

Johan Vanneste will take up his position as the new Chief Executive Officer of Flughafen Köln/Bonn GmbH on 2nd May. “The European aviation sector is currently undergoing major changes and, with my experience, I would like to help to successfully... Read more

Warning strike started this morning at 6 o’clock


This morning at 6 o’clock, the warning strike summoned by the trade union Ver.di started at Cologne Bonn Airport. Several sections of the workforce at the Airport will be participating in this industrial action. Ver.di has called upon the employees to... Read more

Public service sector: Ver.di calls a warning strike


Against the backdrop of the ongoing wage negotiations in the public service sector, the trade union Ver.di has called for a 24-hour warning strike at Cologne Bonn Airport tomorrow. Ver.di has urged the employees to withdraw their labour from Tuesday, 10... Read more

Airport Fire Department also on strike


Since 8 o’clock this morning, the Airport Fire Department has also been participating in the strike summoned by the services union Ver.di. For this reason, no take-offs or landings are possible. The Fire Department strike will continue until 11 noon.... Read more

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