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We Provide Ground Handling Services In Germany
- EDAC / AOC / Altenburg : Leipzig-Altenburg Airport (former Altenburg-Nobitz Airport) - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDDT / TXL / Berlin : Berlin Tegel Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDDW / BRE / Bremen : Bremen Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDDK / CGN / Cologne : Cologne Bonn Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDLW / DTM / Dortmund : Dortmund Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDLN / MGL / Dusseldorf : Dusseldorf Monchengladbach Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDFH / HHN / Hahn : Frankfurt-Hahn Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDNY / FDH / Friedrichshafen : Friedrichshafen Airport(Bodensee Airport, Friedrichshafen) - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDHI / XFW / Hamburg : Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDDV / HAJ / Hannover : Hannover Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDHL / LBC / Lübeck : Lübeck Airport (Blankensee Airport) - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDJA / FMM / Memmingen : Memmingen Airport (former Allgäu Airport/Memmingen) - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDDN / NUE / Nuremberg : Nuremberg Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDDS / STR / Stuttgart : Stuttgart Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
- EDLV / NRN / Weeze : Weeze Airport - Ground Handling Arrangement
Travel To Germany
Germany is a Western European country with a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges and North Sea beaches. It has over 2 millennia of history. Berlin, its capital, is home to art and nightlife scenes, the Brandenburg Gate and many sites relating to WWII. Munich is known for its Oktoberfest and beer halls, including the 16th-century Hofbräuhaus. Frankfurt, with its skyscrapers, houses the European Central Bank.
The Nuremberg Trials are probably the first thing most people think of when they hear the name of the city. While that was a pivotal moment of 20th-century German history, the city of Nuremberg has beautiful sights that transcend its historical events. It has a history that stretches back a millennium, which it is noticeable in its architecture. While it did suffer heavy damage during the war, a good number of the city’s medieval buildings were rebuilt to their original splendor. Nuremberg is the perfect place to visit for history buffs of all stripes, whether interested in the contemporary period or earlier.
Heidelberg takes charm to a whole new level. Right on the banks of the river Neckar, the area that is now the city has been inhabited for several millennia, probably due in some part to the pleasant climate. By the late Middle Ages, Heidelberg had already become an important city in Europe, and it played a large role during the Reformation era. As it wasn’t an important target during the Second World War, it escaped Allied bombing, so the city that you see when you arrive is the city that grew organically over the centuries. The Baroque city center and the castle are just two aspects that you can’t miss.
- Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a town that fairy tales are based on. You’ll find yourself transported into the world of the Brothers Grimm as you walk through the twisty streets of the old center, which is full of immaculately preserved medieval buildings. Many of these are quite something and definitely worth seeing, so you could easily while away a lot of time exploring them. Rothenburg ob der Tauber’s unique appearance has made it particularly attractive for movie makers; you may recognize some of the town from both Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows—Part 1 (2010) and Part 2 (2011).
Schwerin, a historic city entirely surrounded by lakes, is the capital of the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The landscape itself is impressive on its own, and the architecture only adds to it. The state’s parliament is housed in the Schwerin Palace, which is on an island in Lake Schwerin. The city is also known for its Old Town, which suffered only minor damage during WWII. Culture lovers won’t want to miss the State Museum, which has a great collection of paintings and antiquities.
Another city intrinsically linked to a dark period in German history, Weimar is relatively undiscovered by tourists and yet hugely worth a visit. There are even several sites listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, mainly because of their association with two major movements: Weimar Classicism, spearheaded by such literary luminaries as Goethe and Schiller, and Bauhaus, which was created in the city. Weimar is a peaceful city, packed full of historic buildings spanning centuries.
The Leipzig skyline is an excellent example of how gorgeous it can be when old meets new and they meld together to form something different and wonderful. Once an important stop on the trading routes in the Holy Roman Empire and now a major economic center in the city, Leipzig has always kept itself at the forefront of development while also managing to hold onto its past. While it did suffer significant damage during the war, many of the monuments and buildings were either rebuilt or preserved, so you can still see things like the old town square and several churches from various architectural periods.
Bonn, which was first founded as a Roman settlement, is one of Germany’s oldest cities and is the second seat of the country’s federal government. Its position on the Rhine river has always made the city accessible (and at times quite strategic), and therefore it has always had a certain level of influence. While it is now host to a number of important German federal and United Nations institutions, probably the most notable part of its cultural history is that Beethoven was born in Bonn in 1770. If you’re looking for a city of grandeur, Bonn should be your first stop.
Trier holds the notable distinction of being the oldest city in Germany. Founded over 2,000 years ago by the Roman emperor Augustus, Trier held great importance to the Church in the Middle Ages, and then developed into the beautiful town that it is today. It’s on the UNESCO World Heritage List, mostly thanks to its collection of Roman and medieval buildings, including the Cathedral of St. Peter and the Church of Our Lady. If all that wasn’t enough, Trier is also renowned for its wine and sit rights in the middle of the famous Moselle wine region.
Lübeck gained its fame and wealth through its status as a trading city, especially beginning in the 14th century when it became the unofficial Queen of the Hanseatic League. The architectural style used at the time in that region was brick Gothic, which is very strongly associated with northern Germany and the other areas influenced by German traders and immigrants. Lübeck is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the best examples of a brick Gothic city, and the center is striking because of all of the buildings in this unique style. The city was painstakingly restored after the war, so now you can become acquainted with this part of Germany’s history yourself.
Freiburg can proudly claim that it gained its fame not as a center of industry or trade, but of learning. While it was originally a very rich mining city, as silver was the main quarry, the first university there was built in 1457, and it has continued drawing people to Freiburg to study and take part in its vibrant cultural life ever since. The city is also on the edge of the Black Forest, so it’s a great branching-off point for exploring some of Germany’s most scenic landscapes as well. With its exceptionally sunny climate, verdant surroundings, and gorgeous center, you will never want to leave Freiburg.