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Brendon

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e quindi come si fa per inviare i dati preventivamente? il sito rimbalza, per forza a check-in o gate?
non ti fanno imbarcare se non hanno un riscontro di un ESTA o di un visto… se al check-in non ti prendono i dati ti conviene andare direttamente al gate perché ti chiameranno di sicuro.

penso in caso di ESTA ti riescano a fare un match automatico ma non con visto o green card… sinceramente la trovo una regressione pazzesca: se non volevano confondere l’utente medio che o è cittadino o viaggia con ESTA potevano fare apparire il campo, in fase di check-in, quando viene selezionato il motivo del viaggio (che paradossalmente ha un nome tipo “lavoro con visto”)
 

enomis2k

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l'ESTA l'ho fatto, ma andando in viaggio di nozze l'ultima cosa che voglio è avere problemi con i dati da inviare preventivamente, manco dagli US da 5 anni e magari qualcosa è cambiato nel frattempo
 

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l'ESTA non era mai parte dei dettagli che potevi inserire quindi, in quel caso, non hai problemi. Impatta "solo" chi li ci lavora e non è cittadino (dove devi inserire i dettagli del visto o della green card)
 
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25.10.2023
City Airlines to start flight operations in Summer 2024
– Recruitment for cockpit and cabin crews as of November 2023
– Expansion of short-haul network to/from Munich and Frankfurt with City Airlines strengthens hubs as well as Lufthansa’s long-haul segment
– Uniform Lufthansa customer experience on board City Airlines
– Start of flight operations with Airbus A319 aircraft
– Lufthansa Group currently evaluating use of other aircraft of comparable size


25 October 2023 – Lufthansa Group's newly established City Airlines will start flight operations in the summer of 2024. The airline was founded last year and received its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the German Federal Aviation Authority back in June. It will operate its flights from the Munich and Frankfurt hubs and thus also offer feeder flights for Lufthansa. City Airlines will operate alongside Lufthansa CityLine. Recruitment of operational staff will begin in November 2023, with pilots and cabin crew members needed for the launch.
The competitive strengthening of the short-haul network is essential for the market position of Lufthansa Group and for the planned growth of the long-haul segment in the German market.
In order to position City Airlines for the long term, English-speaking pilots are also being considered in the recruitment process for cockpit roles. Applicants with prior experience will be given preference during hiring. For Group employees interested in switching to City Airlines, offers with voluntary switching conditions can be negotiated. This includes Lufthansa CityLine staff in particular.
"With City Airlines, we want to create prospects for the coming decades and secure sustainable jobs in Germany. This is the only way for us to grow and sustainably strengthen the hubs in Munich and Frankfurt," says Jens Fehlinger, Managing Director of City Airlines.
Talks with the social partners to agree on conditions for competitive and secure jobs have already begun.
Lufthansa customers and passengers can look forward to a Lufthansa customer experience on board City Airlines aircraft. While City Airlines will start operations with Airbus A319 aircraft, Lufthansa Group is currently also evaluating the possibility of using Airbus A220 or Embraer aircraft.

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25.10.2023
City Airlines to start flight operations in Summer 2024
– Recruitment for cockpit and cabin crews as of November 2023
– Expansion of short-haul network to/from Munich and Frankfurt with City Airlines strengthens hubs as well as Lufthansa’s long-haul segment
– Uniform Lufthansa customer experience on board City Airlines
– Start of flight operations with Airbus A319 aircraft
– Lufthansa Group currently evaluating use of other aircraft of comparable size


25 October 2023 – Lufthansa Group's newly established City Airlines will start flight operations in the summer of 2024. The airline was founded last year and received its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the German Federal Aviation Authority back in June. It will operate its flights from the Munich and Frankfurt hubs and thus also offer feeder flights for Lufthansa. City Airlines will operate alongside Lufthansa CityLine. Recruitment of operational staff will begin in November 2023, with pilots and cabin crew members needed for the launch.
The competitive strengthening of the short-haul network is essential for the market position of Lufthansa Group and for the planned growth of the long-haul segment in the German market.
In order to position City Airlines for the long term, English-speaking pilots are also being considered in the recruitment process for cockpit roles. Applicants with prior experience will be given preference during hiring. For Group employees interested in switching to City Airlines, offers with voluntary switching conditions can be negotiated. This includes Lufthansa CityLine staff in particular.
"With City Airlines, we want to create prospects for the coming decades and secure sustainable jobs in Germany. This is the only way for us to grow and sustainably strengthen the hubs in Munich and Frankfurt," says Jens Fehlinger, Managing Director of City Airlines.
Talks with the social partners to agree on conditions for competitive and secure jobs have already begun.
Lufthansa customers and passengers can look forward to a Lufthansa customer experience on board City Airlines aircraft. While City Airlines will start operations with Airbus A319 aircraft, Lufthansa Group is currently also evaluating the possibility of using Airbus A220 or Embraer aircraft.

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ancora continuo a non capire perché non è sufficiente semplicemente ampliare la rete e la flotta di Lufthansa Cityline. Tra l'altro hanno già A319 e anche A320neo.
 

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Ormai ho perso il conto di quanti AOC possiede LH e quante sono le compagnie con marchi diversi che operano per conto di LH:

LH Mainline
LH Cityline
Eurowings
Discovery
City Airlines

ho dimenticato qualcuno?
 
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Beh in Air Dolomiti sostanzialmente facciamo feed a Lufthansa, e non solo dall'Italia anzi...
Vero però voi siete una compagnia con AOC italiano anche se il vostro core business è fare alimentazione agli hub tedeschi.
 

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Vero però voi siete una compagnia con AOC italiano anche se il vostro core business è fare alimentazione agli hub tedeschi.
Peraltro sarà interessante sapere se Air Dolomiti, una volta che AZ farà parte della galassia LH, potrà fare feed anche verso FCO, magari per quelle rotte sottili (Verona ad esempio?) per cui aerei più piccoli possono avere più senso
 

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Ormai ho perso il conto di quanti AOC possiede LH e quante sono le compagnie con marchi diversi che operano per conto di LH:

LH Mainline
LH Cityline
Eurowings
Discovery
City Airlines

ho dimenticato qualcuno?
Air Dolomiti, Swiss, Edelweiss, Austrian, Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa Cargo...
 

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Credo in materia di posti; Cityliner non puo' operare aerei con piu' di 100/120 (Non ricordo, e mi confondo con BA Cityflyer che ha lo stesso tipo di accordo) posti.
:unsure: :unsure: Lufthansa CityLine oltre ai CR9 e E90, ha una quindicina tra 319 e 32N da 138 e 180 posti ..
 

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Lufthansa evaluates A220 and E-Jets as it confirms City Airlines will fly in 2024
By Lewis Harper25 October 2023

Lufthansa Group has confirmed that new short- and medium-haul carrier City Airlines will begin flights in the summer of 2024, operating out of its Frankfurt and Munich hubs.
The carrier was established in 2022 and received its AOC in June this year. It will operate alongside regional unit Lufthansa CityLine, which also flies from those hubs.
City Airlines will initially operate Airbus A319 twinjets, but Lufthansa says it is also evaluating “the possibility of using” Airbus A220s or Embraer jets.

City Airlines will initially operate A319s
On the rationale for setting up a new subsidiary, the group says “the competitive strengthening” of its short-haul network is “essential” to build its market position and to facilitate Lufthansa mainline’s planned long-haul growth in Germany.


Lufthansa Group chief executive Carsten Spohr has previously noted that City Airlines offers an alternative to CityLine, which will not be permitted, under a union agreement, to operate aircraft with more than 75 seats from 2026. All of CityLine’s current fleet – A320-family jets, Embraer 190s and Bombardier CRJ900s – exceed that seat limit.

Notably, Lufthansa’s announcement on 25 October says that for group employees interested in switching to City Airlines, “offers with voluntary switching conditions can be negotiated”, adding: “This includes Lufthansa CityLine staff in particular.”
Spohr also previously suggested that City Airlines would provide a home for pilots at the former Germanwings operation, which ceased flights in 2020.
“With City Airlines, we want to create prospects for the coming decades and secure sustainable jobs in Germany,” says Jens Fehlinger, managing director of City Airlines. “This is the only way for us to grow and sustainably strengthen the hubs in Munich and Frankfurt.”


Passengers will receive the “uniform Lufthansa customer experience” on City Airlines services, the group states.

 

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Quindi, leggendo tra le righe, sembra che se nel 2026 l'accordo non verrà rinnovato con i sindacati e CityLine si troverà costretta ad operare con aerei che non ha, City Airlines sarà il successore naturale di CLH già pronto.

Per quando riguarda la flotta regional del futuro, al momento LH Group conta una 70ina tra E90/95 e CR9 (CL+EN+OS) che ad oggi hanno un età media di 13,5 anni ... sembra abbastanza scontato che a breve dovranno prendere una decisione se standardizzare con A220 come LX oppure valutare l'E2.
Curioso di vedere cosa faranno
 
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