On the basis of the most up-to-date information we have available and our own assessment of the local security situation, the airlines of the Lufthansa Group will resume their flights from and to Ben Gurion International Airport. Flight operations will start up in stages from Saturday morning. It ...
Stopover is part of Airbus’ official approval process • Lufthansa and Airbus put on-board and ground procedures through their paces • Economical and quieter: Airbus A350-900 will be delivered to Lufthansa from 2016
Following a risk analysis of the situation in Tel Aviv and intensive consultation, as recommended by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the Lufthansa Group has decided to suspend services to Ben Gurion Airport also tomorrow, Friday, 25 July 2014. Lufthansa acknowledges the considerable ...
Based on an analysis of presently available information, the Lufthansa Group will also suspend all flights of its airlines from and to Ben Gurion International Airport on Thursday, July 24, 2014. This applies to all flights of Lufthansa, Germanwings, Austrian Airlines, Swiss and Brussels Airlines. ...
• Group sets standards in actively reducing flight noise and improving fuel effi-ciency • New efficiency record: specific fuel consumption falls to 3.91 litres • Vortex generators reduce flight noise during approach by up to four decibels
Communication of the core business ‘Lufthansa German Airlines’ is to be combined with the communication of the Lufthansa Group – stronger focus on target groups – Andreas Bartels (44) will become Head of Media Relations at the Lufthansa Group
• World’s biggest aviation group aims to regain benchmark role and cement its position as first choice for customers, employees, investors and partners • Optimized structures, quality and innovations to derive greater benefit from broader market growth • New platforms and products planned for intercontinental services and the European market • New “Lufthansa Innovation Hub” to be established in Berlin • Intensified partnership with Air China completes set of joint ventures in biggest non-home markets • Outlook projections confirmed for 2014 and 2015
Airlines carry nearly 50 million passengers in first half-year / Group increases capacity and sales in passenger business by 1.1 per cent / High load factor of 78.1 per cent for passenger aircraft, on par with last year / Good load factor in freight business as well
During German Chancellor Dr Angela Merkel’s state visit to China, Carsten Spohr, Chairman of the Executive Board and CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, and Mr Song Zhiyong, President and Executive Director of Air China Limited, signed a memorandum of understanding in Beijing to expand the scope of the commercial partnership between their companies.
Business Traveller Awards: Lufthansa Group takes the podium with Swiss, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines
Swiss, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines receive top scores at the Business Traveller Awards. The airlines took 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the “Best Airline for Business Travellers in Germany and Europe” category. Lufthansa won in the "Best Website for Business Travellers” category.
• Revenue risks materialise in passenger and cargo business • Increasing excess capacity puts pressure on prices for European and American routes in particular • Operating profit for 2014 adjusted to approximately EUR 1 billion