With a single click, Lufthansa customers can now easily minimize carbon emissions of their flights. After flight selection, they can further choose one of three options to fly CO2-neutral.
Munich has a new flying ambassador. a Lufthansa Airbus A350-900 with the registration D-AIVC was christened today at Munich Airport by the Bavarian Minister President Dr. Markus Söder.
Star Alliance has launched biometric face field recognition at Hamburg Airport. The new service will allow participating passengers from Austrian, SWISS and Lufthansa to pass through security and boarding contactless and quick.
Lufthansa Group aid organisation is now active in 24 countries. Project work in Germany and worldwide focuses on education, work and income help alliance makes important contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG has signed its first Revolving Credit Facility with a broad syndicate of international relationship banks.
There are growing fears of a Russian invasion, with British prime minister Boris Johnson suggesting Russia was preparing the largest miliary operation in Europe since the of WWII.
Ryanair has criticised statements from Lufthansa that the German airline was forced to operate ‘ghost flights’ in order to protect slots at European airports.
Jens Ritter, currently a member of the executive board and chief operating officer of Eurowings, will become the new chief executive of Lufthansa Airlines on April 1st.
Lufthansa has sought to improve the comfort of passengers, rolling out a new interior for its planes on medium-haul routes. The first plane left for Spain earlier.
The incremental order further supports efforts to reduce complexity in the group’s long-haul fleet and improve overall environmental performance by introducing more fuel-efficient widebody jets.
Carsten Spohr, chief executive of Lufthansa, said: “The past year was the most challenging in the history of our company – for our customers, our employees and our shareholders.”