Pilots at German airline Lufthansa will strike again this week, a labor union said on Tuesday, escalating a wage dispute that will further plague a summer of travel chaos.
Lufthansa welcomes a new aircraft model to its fleet. The first Boeing 787, registered D-ABPA, landed at Frankfurt Airport today. The aircraft was originally built for another airline but had not been integrated into the carrier’s fleet
Lufthansa is gearing up to take delivery of its 1st Boeing 787 tomorrow. According to a post on the airline’s Instagram story
Airbus and a number of major airlines – including Air Canada, Air France-KLM, easyJet, IAG and Lufthansa – have signed Letters of Intent to explore opportunities for a future supply of carbon removal credits from direct air carbon capture technology.
Boeing, ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH and Lufthansa Technik have signed a three-party agreement that reinforces joint efforts to support Germany’s new P-8A Poseidon fleet. With the new agreement, Boeing, ESG and Lufthansa Technik will be the team responsible for executing the P-8A sustainment program in Germany.
Lufthansa is reactivating the Airbus A380 in response to the steep rise in customer demand and the delayed delivery of ordered aircraft. The airline expects to use the long-haul aircraft, which is popular with customers and crews, again from summer 2023. The company is currently assessing how many A380s will be reactivated and which destinations the Airbus will fly to.
To mark Pride Month, Lufthansa will be taking off with a special aircraft to destinations throughout Europe. The Lufthansa livery will be “Lovehansa” painted in the colours of the rainbow to symbolise the pride flag.
The Lufthansa Boeing 787-9 with the registration D-ABPA and the future name “Berlin” will be delivered to Lufthansa following certification by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) this summer.
Seven Boeing 787-9s will compensate for delayed 777-9 deliveries. Delivery schedule of 787-9s already ordered accelerated for the same reason. Seven Boeing 777-8Fs from 2027. Additional Boeing 777F freighters to take advantage of near-term market opportunities
Demand increases significantly in the first quarter / Lufthansa Cargo again with a record result / Significantly positive Adjusted free cash flow driven by strong bookings / Financial outlook confirmed despite uncertain fuel cost outlook / Group plans to terminate stabilization measures in Switzerland in the second quarter