Germany’s Munich Airport is set to continue its hub development as Lufthansa plans to use the airport as its hub for flights to Asia, airport president and CEO Michael Kerkloh said. “The first phase of that strategy becomes live this summer with the opening of new Munich-Osaka Kansai [Japan] services. This route will be transferred from Frankfurt to Munich,” Kerkloh told ATW. Additional new Lufthansa services from Munich to Asia include flights to Bangkok as well as more ...

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