Lufthansa Group has revealed plans to simplifying its status program. The move is designed to offer customers an easier and more transparent collection system for achieving and maintaining Frequent Traveller, Senator and HON Circle levels of accreditation.
German flag-carrier Lufthansa has cancelled 1,300 flights after it lost a last-minute legal bid to halt a strike by cabin crew. The two-day action by members of the UFO union centres on disagreements over pay and conditions.
Under the expanded agreement, guests can travel on Oman Air flights from Muscat to Munich and Frankfurt, as well as seamlessly connecting to Amsterdam, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo and Warsaw.
Lufthansa has reported net profits fell to €226 million in the second quarter, a year-on-year drop of 70 per cent, which was partly due to a €200-million tax provision.
In a crowded low-cost marketplace, Eurowings has failed to find a sustainable role. In an attempt to revive its fortunes, Lufthansa said today the low-cost carrier will be given be a clear focus on short-haul, point-to-point operations.
German flag-carrier has reported a loss of €336 million for the first three months of the year. The carrier, the largest in Europe, was hit by rising fuel costs and overcapacity in Europe.
European aviation giant Lufthansa Group has reported adjusted EBIT of €2.8 billion for 2018. The figure was slightly below the record €3 billion reported last year, but comes despite an increase
Lufthansa Group has agreed deals for the purchase of a total of 40 state-of-the-art aircraft for its airlines. The 20 Boeing 787-9 and 20 additional Airbus A350-900 planes will primarily be replacing four-engine aircraft.
In 2018, the airlines of the Lufthansa Group carried a total of 142 million passengers, setting a new record. With more than 1.2 million flights and a seat load factor of 81.4 per cent, the aircraft load factor was higher than ever before.
Lufthansa’s flagship aircraft, the Airbus A380, has landed in the US for the first time in the new livery. The landing of the newly painted aircraft marks the festive conclusion of the anniversary year of the crane’s 100th birthday (Lufthansa’s company logo and brand symbol).