The latest news regarding sustainability
• “Changing working environment” topic focus gives insight into the fascinating world of work of the Lufthansa Group • New Diversity@LHGroup program increases diversity in the Group • Cutting-edge aircraft herald new era of eco-efficient flying • Innovative products and services guarantee sustainable travel experience • Refugee aid: Lufthansa Group focuses on sustainable integration projects
“Sustainability and Technological Innovations”: Lufthansa presents commitment at the ILA Berlin Air Show 2016
• Lufthansa with B 747-8 Fanhansa “Siegerflieger” and first A320neo visiting on Saturday • Lufthansa Group invests massively in ecological sustainability of flight operations • “Four Pillar Strategy” for climate protection will be followed rigorously • Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and Swiss offer CO2 compensation for flights
Great success in securing breeding, resting and gathering areas / 625,000 visitors to the Crane Information Centre / Crane protection an integral part of Lufthansa Group’s social commitment / Employees work as voluntary crane rangers
• On International Women’s Day, five of the Lufthansa Group’s long-haul flights with (almost) entirely women-only crews head for New York • 63 women and one man are taking care of the passengers on board of the flights from Frankfurt, Munich, Geneva, Vienna, and Brussels.
Lufthansa, Airbus and Pratt & Whitney holding a delivery ceremony in Hamburg – First scheduled A320neo flights with better fuel efficiency and more passenger comfort achieved through quieter engines - 40 years of partnership between Lufthansa and Airbus – Lufthansa Technik gains expertise in maintenance of the A320neo
The world's first Lufthansa Airbus A320neo has been transferred to Frankfurt today. The A320neo, with the registration D-AINA, took off with the flight number LH9922 at 13.34 pm from the Airbus factory site in Hamburg-Finkenwerder and landed safely 40 minutes later at 14.14 pm at its future ...
Quieter and more efficient: Noise footprint reduced by nearly 50 per cent – 15 per cent less fuel consumption and CO2 emissions – First destinations Hamburg and Munich – New cabin arrangement for more efficient use of space and up to 180 seats
• 500 million euros to be invested in innovations by 2020 • The passenger fleets of the Lufthansa Group achieve a new fuel efficiency record • Lufthansa extends its commitment in the fields of active noise protection and climate research • Improved talent management is implemented • A new orientation for corporate citizenship
One hundred Airbus A320s already equipped with noise-reducing vortex generators • Lufthansa Cargo tests new sound reduction ideas on MD-11 freight aircraft in flyover measurements in Magdeburg-Cochstedt