Title story “#DigitalAviation” provides insights into key innovation and future topics of the Lufthansa Group
Digitalization has not only changed our way of living and our private consumption habits, it has also been a formative force in strategic development and in the design of business processes for a long time now.
With the arrival of the A350-900, Lufthansa welcomes a state-of-the-art newcomer to its fleet. In February, the first of ten A350-900 aircraft arrived in Munich to be stationed there and is now in service for flights to the Indian metropolis of Delhi under the name "Nürnberg".
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Lufthansa documents its striving for responsible business practices with numerous memberships in environmental and sustainability-related organizations. Furthermore, in the context of different initiatives the aviation company seeks active exchanges with other economic organizations and social groups. The goal is to participate in shaping the future of sustainable business practices and social responsibility, and to further develop the company’s own activities.
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The Lufthansa Group is a global aviation group with a total of more than 550 subsidiaries and equity investments. In the financial year 2016, they were structured into the Passenger Airline Group, Logistics, MRO, Catering and Other segments.
Corporate responsibility, that is to say sustainable and responsible entrepreneurial practice, is an integral part of our corporate strategy. It means that we are committed to creating added value for our customers, employees and investors and to meeting our responsibilities toward the environment and society.
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