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In 2017, Lufthansa achieved groundbreaking results by carrying 130 million passengers
Winter schedule 2018-2019, Lufthansa will offer 21 weekly flights from Cairo to its four hubs in Europe
American and Korean airlines have transferred their dues until the period of January, says El Zayat
We are owed €15m by the government, which impacts our financial results, says Gueblaoui
Unease over the Nice attack and an attempted coup in Turkey has weighed heavily on the profit forecasts of European airlines, which were already reeling from the turbulence that followed the Brexit vote.
Some 200,000 Germans are said to be holidaying in Turkey at the moment. The German Foreign Office warns tourists in Istanbul and Ankara to be extremely vigilant.
The world’s biggest air show is due to start in England on Monday amid pressure on the industry’s leaders to juggle growing concerns over jetliner demand and record production plans.
Ending a long standoff laced with strikes, the German airline reached a complex agreement with crew union Ufo. Salary raises and job security has been cemented, while the pension system has been turned on its head.
German airline Lufthansa has ramped up the Euro 2016 rivalry a month before the tournament with a new advert that pokes fun at their English rivals.
Germany’s flag carrier Lufthansa posted a 55-percent jump in profits for 2015, benefiting from low oil prices. The result comes despite protracted industrial action by pilots throughout last year.
From now on, travelers can book their economy tickets according to a new price concept at Lufthansa. It is the airline's reaction to growing competition. Flights will be cheaper for passengers with hand luggage only. The airline Lufthansa is reorganizing its previous pricing system. It is adjusting the prices of its tickets in reaction to the growing competition from low-cost…
Lufthansa is planning a new pricing system to meet challenges from low-budget competitors, a German paper has reported. Meager earnings have spurred the shakeup at Germany's classic airline. Lufthansa's ticket chief Jens Bischof was quoted in the "Süddeutsche Zeitung" newspaper saying that passengers would only pay for what they used, unlike the all-round service that the airline has offered since…
Lufthansa added that Europe’s policy makers should stop burdening the region’s own airlines with measures such as emissions trading, passenger taxes and night flight bans and focus on ensuring a fair global framework.