Friedrichshafen


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Frie·drichs·ha·fen

 (frē′drĭks-hä′fən, -drĭKHs-)
A city of southern Germany on the Lake of Constance. The Zeppelin aircraft works were located here during World War I.
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Friedrichshafen
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The UK's Monarch Airlines is looking to introduce ski routes to Friedrichshafen airport in southern Germany for the coming winter.
According to Monarch, the new routes to Grenoble in France, Innsbruck in Austria and Friedrichshafen and Munich airports in Germany are all famed for their excellent links to resorts covering the Western, Central & Northern Alps as well as the Eastern Alps in France, Switzerland, Bavaria and Austria.
The announcement came at a briefing hosted by Mowasalat to mark the successful agreement between the company and Germany's ZF Friedrichshafen AG, which has seen the application of company mechanical equipment in Mowasalat's more than 2,000-strong bus fleet.
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Tognum is based in Friedrichshafen, southern Germany and is a major supplier of engines to Daimler, the world s biggest heavy truck maker.