Early seat reservation for passengers booked in selected booking classes (designated W, S, T, L, K) will incur a €25 per seat charge on long-haul flights in the future. The optional service will be introduced as of 28 April 2014. This change brings the additional advance seat reservation service ...
Yesterday evening the first Lufthansa flight from Munich to Mexico City took off on schedule. The Airbus A340-600 with flight number LH 520 left Munich Airport punctually at 10.25 p.m. “We were able to carry out this maiden flight as planned, despite the strike by the Vereinigung Cockpit pilots’ ...
Reduced Lufthansa flight timetable during strike by VC on schedule / Return to normal operations begins on Friday evening in Asia
By taking early precautions and providing customers with as much information as possible, Lufthansa has so far managed to mitigate the effects on passengers of the strike by the pilots’ union Vereinigung Cockpit. Before the strike began, Lufthansa cancelled 3,800 flights. The situation at airports is very quiet. Around 425,000 passengers will have been affected by the industrial action. The impact on earnings will come to a medium double-digit million figure.
Due to the pilot’s strike Lufthansa has canceled most of its flights for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
● A strike on three consecutive days would be one of the biggest walkouts in Lufthansa’s history ● More than 425,000 passengers are likely to be affected ● Pilots of the Group airlines Swiss International Air Lines, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings, Lufthansa CityLine and Air Dolomiti are not participating in the strike
Lufthansa has called on the Vereinigung Cockpit pilots’ union (VC) to resume joint talks as soon as possible. “We still have four and a half days to avoid further disruptions for our customers, which would occur with the strike that has been announced,” said Dr Bettina Volkens, Chief Officer Human ...
• Score on track: Group has achieved targeted earnings improvement well • Adjusted operating profit up by 62 per cent to EUR 1.042bn • Group’s reported operating result comes to EUR 697m • Particularly in passenger business and MRO results performed well • Shareholders to receive a dividend in 2013
• Karl Ulrich Garnadt to become Member of the Executive Board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG and CEO of Lufthansa German Airlines • Peter Gerber nominated as CEO and Chairman of Lufthansa Cargo AG • Dr Bettina Volkens, Member of the Executive Board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG and Director of Industrial Relations, responsible for Corporate Human Resources and Legal Affairs also to become Board Member and Chief Human Resources Officer at Lufthansa German Airlines.