Air Berlin and Fly Niki withdraw from Poland

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
03-03-2005, 12:17

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – German Air Berlin and Austrian Fly Niki will stop their operations on the Polish market this Saturday. Both airlines have been operating for just several months. ‘We are closing the routs because the load factor was too low to achieve effectiveness’, Claudia Löffler, Air Berlin spokesperson explained.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – German Air Berlin and Austrian Fly Niki will stop their operations on the Polish market this Saturday. Both airlines have been operating for just several months. ‘We are closing the routs because the load factor was too low to achieve effectiveness’, Claudia Löffler, Air Berlin spokesperson explained. Air Berlin offered routes from Warsaw to Berlin and Düsseldorf. Fly Niki, owned in 23 percent by Air Berlin, flew from Warsaw to Vienna.

‘Flights to Poland are not payable because the economic growth is not quick enough. Maybe the situation will improve in some time and the demand for our routes will grow’, Claudia Löffler added. In 2004, four low cost airlines disappeared from the Polish market. Meanwhile, Ryanair, the European giant is taking its chance. ‘Air Berlin withdrawal does not mean that low costs are in danger in this region. This is just a matter of suitable demand’, Paul Bonnabau, a person responsible for market forecasts in Airbus commented.Poland/Enterprises/Airlines

 

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