Did that LH
got flooded with the high waters a couple of years ago??
I always wonderd if the ultimate strategy of LH
was to transform MUC
into their main hub, and sort of abandon/downgrade FRA
. I was and still am sceptical at airlines having two hubs so closely separated:
* AF ORY
did not work as multi-hub. ORY
now primarily servesomestic routes and overseas France;
* IB MAD
/BAR does not work. IB
decided on MAD
with an amazingly new hub becoming reality shortly;
* BA LHR
? Even LHR
is the most slot contrained and overcrwoded airport in the world, BA
decided to basically drop LGW
seems not to be able to decide on a single hub, and can not get any of their hubs working properly to the likes of FRA
* AZ MXP
, Rest my case.
* Multiple examples in the US [previously and currently] og close hubs that didn't/don't work.
I'm very curious to see the development of MUC
in the next ten years relative to FRA
, and the LH
hub strategy [not to mention a possible new BER hub, who woiuld like to hub overthere in 10 years time!?].
Is there any talk at MUC
on a third runway, and how about the satelite terminal for T2
Immigration officer: "What's the purpose of your visit to the USA?" Spotter: "Shooting airliners with my Canon!"