Luxair aircraft aborts takeoff at Saarbrucken airport and stops on belly; no injuries
Luxair Luxembourg Airlines announces that LG 9562 flight aborted its takeoff at the Sarrebrucken airport
today at around 10 am.
None of the 16 passengers and 4 crew personnel on board were injured.
Travelblog by Luxair: the best of European cities
Luxair has just launched the travelblog.eu site, a dynamic platform designed to present culture, leisure, nightlife, restaurants and shopping recommendations at Luxair Luxembourg Airlines destinations.
The travelblog, a collection of original contributions from on-site correspondents, has been produced by publishing house Maison Moderne and is available in English and French. It is meant as a place of inspiration for travelers, who can view it on their computer, tablet or smartphone.
LuxairGroup has chosen POST Luxembourg for its new telephony system
POST Luxembourg and LuxairGroup last week signed a contract for the supply of a new telephony system to LuxairGroup. The contract, which spans five years, provides for the installation of the full-IP ManagedPBX solution by the POST Luxembourg Group. This solution enables the integration of state-of-the-art telephony and communication tools into LuxairGroup’s business applications.
Un ciel sans nuages pour 149 enfants le temps d’une escapade en avion
149 enfants soutenus au quotidien par Arcus asbl, la Croix-Rouge luxembourgeoise, Caritas Luxembourg et SOS Kannerduerf ont pu apprécier les paysages luxembourgeois depuis le ciel à l’occasion d’un vol spécial organisé par Luxair.
Luxair will operate four daily flights to Munich and stop flying to Frankfurt
Luxair Luxembourg Airlines will operate four daily flights to Munich, against three today, and will no longer serve the Frankfurt destination as of this winter.
These changes in Luxair’s program are the result of the recent decision by Lufthansa to rescind its trade agreements with Luxair on these two routes. Luxair has chosen to continue to serve Munich and to abandon the Frankfurt route, which is used primarily to carry passengers to and from other destinations.