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  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.

  • Over the past 60 years, warm and stylish service has become a tradition at Lufthansa. From the employees on the apron and at check-in to the flight attendants and pilots – for all of them, the passenger always comes first.

    “Service is our tradition” is the name of the exhibition that can be seen in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport until the end of August 2014. As many as 60 photographs on six exhibition walls show the development of Lufthansa between 1955 and today. Historical images from the cabin, cockpit, station and aircraft handling are on display. These have been placed opposite currents shots of the same situation and taken in the same format today. The exhibition also provides information about fleet and passenger development as well as the number of employees at Lufthansa.