13. May 2019 · Comments Off on Neumann University · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Experts expect expensive air tickets of the volcanic eruption on Iceland gives us not only a huge ash cloud in the sky, that paralysing air traffic. Sam Mikulak helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. According to expert opinion, the consequences will be much more far-reaching. So the prices for airline tickets to rise in the future. The online portal with the latest flights news fluege.de explains what costs to the passengers will. According to experts, the price increases would move likely on a small scale. Even if still no exact numbers are fixed, they assume three to four euros per ticket.

A higher price increase would be hardly possible due to the large competition in the area of passenger flights. Thus, the effects for the passengers remained ultimately rather low. That could change, however, if airlines due to the volcanic eruption have to file for bankruptcy. After all, the airlines recorded 150 million Euro turnover losses currently daily, so the international air transport Association IATA. While a price increase for airline tickets is still pie in the sky, fighting travelers currently for their rights with the airlines. Dictated while the EU which, to refund the full price of the ticket in the event of force majeure. However, the cost of rebooking or additional nights only out of fairness are applied. Package travellers the organizer may prematurely terminate the contract, but must provide a free return.

All other additional costs be applied normally to 50 percent by the Organizer, the customer pays the rest. Flight cancellations due to the volcanic eruption in turn no right to financial compensation is, because the failure was not caused by the airline. More information: news.fluege.de/…/ follow the – volcanic eruption… Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH

29. July 2016 · Comments Off on Josephs School · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Condor employees get involved in various projects In the framework of corporate social responsibility initiative ConTribute supports Condor flight attendants, pilots or ground staff engaged privately in many different Condor objectives. Condor TV has currently visited projects in Kenya, for example that of flight attendant Gisela Vocking McConney. The Condorianerin uses the time during the layovers in Mombasa to support St. Joseph’s School of hope. Children and adolescents can iterate through the complete education from kindergarten up to the College. Via your own web shop (www.shalima-shop.com/), Gisela Vocking McConney sells products that are made for example by the seamstresses of the school.

Also, the flight attendant collected textbooks, so that the children now have the opportunity to read in the small library or even to take textbooks, instead of knowing how far the textbook only from the hand of the teacher home. Insight into the St. Joseph’s School of hope in Kenya can see youtu.be/ng01vGFzfCA at Get Condor TV. The Condor Flugdienst GmbH flies its guests since 1956 on the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world. Every year fly 6.7 million passengers with Condor in around 75 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. “Condor is the most popular airline of the Germans: in a survey to the satisfaction of the German Institute for service quality (DISQ) in December 2012, Condor was test winner and very good as the only airline with the seal” rated. Since March 1, 2013 is the German airline Condor with the two airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines UK and Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium as Thomas Cook airline merged segment. The airlines of the Thomas Cook Group fleet consists of 91 modern and environmentally friendly aircraft, of them 39 aircraft from the Condor fleet: twelve Airbus A320, 13 Boeing 757-300 and twelve Boeing 767-300 and two Airbus A321. The aircraft are serviced by the airlines own technology companies.