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Change in Management Board at PROLOGIS AG

Gerd Pontius hands over the management of the company to Jürgen Krumtünger and Matthias Hansen Jürgen Krumtünger and Matthias Hansen are being appointed to the Management Board of PROLOGIS AG and will jointly succeed Gerd Pontius, the current sole Managing Director. The changes will take effect from January 1, 2018,…

Review 2016 – Preview 2017

What happened in 2016? 2016 was an eventful year, not only for aviation, but still with a great impact on the industry. Brexit, terrorist attacks and unsafe political situations resulted in numerous demand fluctuations for air travel throughout the entire year. One of the main aviation topics in 2016 was…

Aviation Symposium 2016

On November 24th, the German Travel Industry Club held the 2nd Aviation Symposium in Frankfurt. In cooperation with PROLOGIS, airline representatives like Harry Hohmeister (board member of Lufthansa), Matthias Wenk (Marketing Operation Director at Ryanair) and, flown in directly from Hong Kong, the CEO from HKExpress Andrew Cowen presented current…

Sabre acquires Airpas Aviation

On April 19, PROLOGIS sold its 25% stake in Airpas Aviation to Sabre. After 13 years of developing Airpas together successfully to the world’s market leader for DOC management and route profitability in aviation PROLOGIS thanks the entire Airpas team and our fellow shareholders for their cooperation. The PROLOGIS team…

TRANSAVIA GoLive on GoNow at new German hub

On February 19, 2016, the first Transavia flight took off from Munich to Eindhoven. PROLOGIS is supporting TRANSAVIA with respect to its DCS rollout. It was a very smooth go live on GoNow release 1.9. on HV’s new German hub Munich. We will continue to support the project management and the next cutover…

PROLOGIS at the ITB 2016 in Berlin

50 years of ITB Berlin, Germany: Fully booked exhibition halls, more trade visitors than ever before and record sales. From 9 to 13 March 2016 some 10,000 exhibiting companies from 187 countries and regions met with 120,000 trade visitors in the 26 exhibition halls, which had been booked up months…