Luxury is the word to define the exotic features of Lufthansa airlines. Hailing as the flag carrier of Germany, Lufthansa aka Deutsche Lufthansa is regarded stands as Europe’s largest airline service with a good capacity of commuting passengers across the world. Every brand name has an etymological derivation and this one originated from the German word ‘Luft’ (meaning AIR in English) and Hansa (named after the Hanseatic League).
Lufthansa has gained an immense popularity for its destination services even to far-flung corners of the globe that include – 18 domestic destinations, 197 international destinations in 78 countries across the continents of America, Asia, Africa and Europe.
On a collaborative service with several partners, Lufthansa operates around 410 destinations with 900 aircraft.
While the airlines has its corporate office in Deutz, Cologne (Germany), the main operations base of the Lufthansa Aviation Centre (LAC) and traffic hub is situated at Frankfurt Airport followed by a secondary traffic base at Munich Airport.
Cheap and Best is what Ryanair offers its passengers that operates 290 Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Credited for its low-cost business model, the headquarters of Ryanair Ltd is located at Dublin airport with operation base in Dublin and London Stansted airports.
Here’s something more interesting about the significance of the brand ‘RYANAIR’. As the first four words ‘RYAN’ suggests the airlines was founded by Christopher Ryan and Irish businessman Tony Ryan in 1985 along with Liam Lonergan.
The first flight service from Ryanair commenced with a 14-seat Embrarer Bandeirante Turboprop aircraft between Waterford and Gatwick Airport.
Air France – KLM
It’s one of the most prominent airline services rendered by French-Dutch collaboration. The headquarters is situated at the Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport in Tremblay-en-France, Paris. Apart from the main hub of network, it has several other offices at Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris and in Amstelveen, Netherlands. A noteworthy fact is that Air France-KLM happens to be the largest company when it comes to the criteria of international passengers, Kilometers covered and total operating revenues. A unique attribute about this airline is that it offers a frequent flyer programme called Flying Blue.
Quite a good figure of unparalleled services is extended by Easy Jet Airlines. It holds special mention for its fame achieved through Airline broadcast on ITV. Easy Jet strikes some similarities with Ryanair when it comes to the business model inherited from United States carrier Southwest Airlines. Easy Jet offers several cost-cutting measures like not going for the option of selling connecting flights and doesn’t provide complimentary snacks on board.