Lufthansa will bring back the Airbus A380 into service for the 2023 summer schedule, it announced on June 27. The news comes a week after CEO Carsten Spohr told reporters in Doha that a decision would be made before the end of July, in order to have sufficient time to...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of May 2022: 25 – Airbus is to open a fifth Zero-Emission Development Center (ZEDC) as part of the ZEROe hydrogen project. The fifth center will be in Filton, making it the first in the UK. The...
The fight for ITA Airways has entered a new phase, with two parties submitting their bids with the Italian Ministry of Economic Affairs just before midnight on Monday, May 23. They are MSC and Lufthansa on one side and Certares/Delta Airlines/Air France-KLM on the...
Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr said last week that his airline was in discussion with Boeing about the 777X delays and potential new aircraft orders. But already four days later the German carrier has announced how it will bridge the gap until the first 777-9s are...
The unpredictability of crude oil prices and their effect on jet fuel prices makes Lufthansa Group very cautious about the financial results for the full-year 2022. Although the airline is seeing strong bookings, fuel costs are a negative factor. Lufthansa will...
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