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Albrecht Dürer Airport Nürnberg

  • PAX: 4,111,670
  • IATA: NUE
  • ICAO: EDDN

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Our Thesis: NUE remains Blue Ocean after the pandemic

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What will happen to the Blue Ocean at NUE?

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Route Analysis: Izmir-Dortmund

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SunExpress is resuming service between the Turkish city of Izmir and Dortmund, Germany.

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What makes NUE optimistic

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Returning demand and less travel restrictions realistic from June onwards!

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NUE ensures safety of passengers and is the first airport in Germany to receive the DEKRA certificate

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Nuremberg Airport is the first German airport to receive the “DEKRA Trusted Facility” certificate for infrastructures well equipped to minimise the...

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Approved: NUE's revolutionary new list of charges and extended incentive scheme effective from S21

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Nuremberg Airport has revolutionised its charge structure by adopting a usage-based approach. The existing incentive scheme has been significantly...

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Significant VFR demand in Nuremberg - a relevant growth driver for summer season 2021

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In 2020, especially during the last winter months in the middle of the pandemic, NUE airport has noticed that destinations that have a high share...

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Challenging year leads to new airline structure at NUE

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The airline mix at NUE in terms of market share saw a structural shift: 2020 proved the sustainability of VFR-routes at NUE!

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Route Analysis: Kyiv-Brno

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The Czech Republic's second-largest city is set to be served nonstop from the Ukrainian capital.

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NUE Airport counts roughly 917.000 passengers in 2020 – and is looking ahead to summer 2021

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Nuremberg airport closes the year with a reduction of 78% in terms of passenger numbers compared to the previous year 2019 due to the consequences...

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SkyUp cleared to operate 11 international routes

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Ukrainian airline approved to start almost a dozen new routes this year as part of plans to increase its network to more than 60 destinations.

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