For decision makers in politics, media and business
Mission: Lufthansa working to link Germany to the world
Globally active companies particularly shape the image of their home countries. That especially applies to airlines, which have millions of direct customer contacts. Thanks to billion-euro investments, a capacity for innovation, and high profitability, Lufthansa is also living up to its responsibility – but political support is urgently needed.
Lufthansa Group: Europe’s largest aviation group successful worldwide
With the business segments engineering and technology, logistics, catering, and IT, Lufthansa is more broadly positioned than any other European airline – in many sectors, its subsidiaries are global market leaders.
Training and jobs: Making Germany a strong business and investment site
Lufthansa sites, workforce, departures, and highlights at a glance.
New Germanwings: Lufthansa subsidiary revolutionising European travel
With the new Germanwings headquartered in Cologne, the Lufthansa Group is repositioning itself outside the major intercontinental hubs of Frankfurt and Munich: Starting summer 2013, the new Germanwings will offer “à la carte flying” in Lufthansa style.
Lufthansa Cargo and air freight: Lifeblood of the export industry
The successes of the German export industry would be inconceivable without highly productive air freight services – with its roughly 4,600 employees, Lufthansa Cargo has a considerable share in this achievement.
Lufthansa Technik: Indispensable to Germany as a high-tech centre
Lufthansa Technik has dozens of inventions patented per year. More climate protection in air transport, greater comfort for travellers, and high-tech jobs for Germany are the result – in Hamburg alone, the company employs 7,500 workers.
LSG Sky Chefs: Global market leader placing focus on sustainability
Lufthansa subsidiary LSG Sky Chefs delivers over 1.4 million meals per day. With a market share of 27 percent, the company is a global market leader in aviation catering – and environmental sustainability is among the major factors for its success.
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