Lufthansa once again connects Miami gateway

The Lufthansa Group continues to ramp up its services to the United States, resuming flights to its key, global gateways. On Tuesday, July 14, the Group’s flagship carrier, Lufthansa, will resume service to Miami, FL, operating three weekly flights from Miami International Airport to the airline’s largest hub in Frankfurt, Germany, starting the next day on July 15. Lufthansa is continuing to meet the demand of its loyal ... [+]

German Government Bails out Lufthansa

The shareholders of Deutsche Lufthansa AG voted in favor of accepting the capital measures and the participation of the Economic Stabilization Fund (WSF) of the Federal Republic of Germany in Deutsche Lufthansa AG. The corresponding proposal received the necessary majority at today’s Extraordinary General Meeting of the company. The package ... [+]

Lufthansa Awards Amsterdam Cargo Contract to WFS

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) will commence cargo handling for Lufthansa Cargo at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport on Feb. 1, 2019. The new contract will see WFS handle around 30,000 tonnes per annum, serving the airline’s combined trucked and flown products. WFS already handles over 220,000 tonnes per annum for some 70 airline customers ... [+]

Lufthansa Pilots Union Pushes for Second Week of Strikes

As printed in the November 29, 2016 edition of the Wall Street Journal: Deutsche Lufthansa AG’s principal pilots union is escalating the battle with Germany’s largest airline as it seeks to disrupt flights into a second week. Lufthansa last week had to cancel thousands of flights after pilots grounded much of the ... [+]

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