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MesajSubiect: Lufthansa Ends Biofuel Trial With US Flight   Mar Ian 10, 2012 9:16 am

Titlu: Lufthansa Ends Biofuel Trial With US Flight
Sursa: http://news.airwise.com/story/view/1326148434.html
Autor: Reuters
Data: 09.01.2012

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Lufthansa Ends Biofuel Trial With US Flight

Lufthansa is ending the trial use of a biofuel mix for its planes because it has used up stocks of certified biofuel and no other reliable supplies are available.

The trial, which ran on flights between Frankfurt and Hamburg, will end January 12 on a flight from Frankfurt to Washington.

"Lufthansa will only continue the practical trial if we are able to secure the volume of sustainable, certified raw materials required in order to maintain routine operations," project manager Joachim Buse said on Monday.

The race to cut carbon dioxide emissions has heated up with the introduction this month of the European Union emissions trading scheme under which airlines must pay for the CO2 they emit.

Lufthansa has said previously the scheme will lead to higher ticket prices, and major US airlines such as American Airlines and Delta have added surcharges.

While the airline industry wants to use biofuels to curb emissions, the lack of industrial production means only limited quantities are available.

European airlines, biofuel producers and the EU Commission last year signed a pact aiming to produce 2 million tonnes of biofuel for aviation by 2020.

The environmental benefits of some biofuel mixes have also been called into question as some crops such as palm oil use land that could instead be used to grow crops to feed people.

Other non-plant-based options for creating biofuel include waste and algae. British Airways is hoping to start powering its fleet using a fuel derived from waste by 2015, while UK rival Virgin Atlantic plans to start using a waste gases-derived fuel by 2014.

Lufthansa's Buse said the six-month trial between Frankfurt and Hamburg, which saw one engine of an Airbus A321 powered by a 50:50 blend of aviation fuel and biofuel, had been a success.

The airline operated 1,187 biofuel flights, with initial calculations showing CO2 emissions were reduced by 1,471 tonnes.

It said the flight from Frankfurt to Washington would cut emissions by 38 tonnes, equivalent to the CO2 emissions of six scheduled flights between Frankfurt and Berlin.
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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Mar Feb 07, 2012 9:24 pm






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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Mar Apr 03, 2012 2:13 pm

Incepand cu data de 3 iunie LH va opera zboruri directe de la Otopeni la Berlin, Brandenburg.

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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Mier Mai 09, 2012 11:55 am

Știe cineva ce se va īntāmpla cu cursa de Berlin, din moment ce noul aeroport a fost amānat?
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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Mier Mai 09, 2012 12:55 pm

strainu a scris:
Știe cineva ce se va īntāmpla cu cursa de Berlin, din moment ce noul aeroport a fost amānat?

Ciao Strainu,

Lufthansa oricum opereaza pe celelate aeroporturi din Berlin, deci iti pot oferi un alt zbor, probabil cu escala.
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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Joi Mai 24, 2012 12:06 am

Lufthansa va opera cursa de la Bucuresti pe aeroportul Tegel.

Flight LH3082
Departs 12:05 on Sat 21 Jul
Berlin, Tegel, Terminal
Arrives 15:10 on Sat 21 Jul
Bucharest, Henri Coanda, Terminal
Duration 2h05
Airline Lufthansa
Aircraft Airbus Industrie A319

Flight LH3083
Departs 15:45 on Sun 15 Jul
Bucharest, Henri Coanda, Terminal
Arrives 16:55 on Sun 15 Jul
Berlin, Tegel, Terminal
Duration 2h10
Airline Lufthansa
Aircraft Airbus Industrie A319
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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Lun Iun 11, 2012 4:12 pm

Titlu: Lufthansa Conducts Inaugural Flight of World's First Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental Passenger Aircraft from Frankfurt to Washington, D.C.
Sursa: http://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=2272
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Data: 01.06.2012

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Lufthansa Conducts Inaugural Flight of World's First Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental Passenger Aircraft from Frankfurt to Washington, D.C.


EAST MEADOW, N.Y., June 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Lufthansa, launch customer for the Boeing (NYSE: BA) 747-8 Intercontinental, initiated commercial service of the new Jumbo jet along the inaugural route of Frankfurt (FRA) to Washington, D.C.'s Dulles International Airport (IAD). Flight LH416 departed Frankfurt at 9:50am and is scheduled to touchdown at Dulles at 12:45pm. In addition to regularly scheduled passengers, guests include Dr. Christoph Franz, Lufthansa's CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board, and Elizabeth Lund, Boeing vice president and general manager, 747 Program, who are joined by a delegation consisting of U.S. and International media, esteemed customers and partners. The return flight, LH419, is scheduled to depart Washington, D.C. this evening at 5:55pm, arriving in Frankfurt at 8:05am the following day. Lufthansa's newest flagship aircraft will provide service between the two cities initially six days a week (excluding Tuesdays), and will increase capacity on this route by 6.3 percent. Flights are available for booking on www.lufthansa.com.

"The Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental is an exceptional aircraft," said Christoph Franz, Chairman and CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. "With its addition to our fleet, Lufthansa has created a product that is not only in line with our company's commitment to innovation, technology and efficiency, but that also offers qualities and features that are sure to maximize our passengers' in-flight experience. Travelers to and from Washington, D.C. are in for a memorable flight and Lufthansa looks forward to expanding our 747-8 Intercontinental service to other U.S. markets in the coming months."

"It is such an honor to join Lufthansa in welcoming the 747-8 Intercontinental into service," said Elizabeth Lund, Boeing vice president and general manager, 747 Program. "Lufthansa has provided great inspiration and leadership in helping us design a new Queen of the Skies for the 21st Century, an airplane that Lufthansa will love for its efficiency and reliability, airport neighbors will love for its quiet operations and low emissions, and passengers will love for its beautiful new interior and extra space."

"We want to thank Lufthansa for selecting Washington Dulles International Airport for the honor of receiving the very first commercial flight of a Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental anywhere in the world," said John E. Potter, President and CEO of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. "As the international gateway to our nation's capital, Dulles has been honored to remain on the cutting edge of new aircraft technology since its opening 50 years ago. We congratulate Lufthansa on the debut of this impressive new aircraft and thank them for serving Dulles as the launch market from their Frankfurt hub."

Upon the flight's arrival, Lufthansa, Boeing and the Metro Washington Airport Authority will host a press conference, along with guest speaker Francisco J. Sanchez, Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade.

New Business Class cabin with full-flat beds

Lufthansa's 747-8 Intercontinental is equipped with 362 seats in a three-class configuration (8 First Class, 92 Business Class and 262 Economy Class). Passengers flying on the 747-8 Intercontinental will experience Lufthansa's new Business Class which offers a unique seating arrangement in the form of a "V" whereby two neighboring seats are angled towards one another along a central axis. This innovative solution enables Lufthansa to fulfill one of the main wishes expressed by customers during an extensive research process – to sit or lie facing the direction of travel, while at the same time enjoy virtually double the distance between two neighboring seats at shoulder level, which now gives Business Class passengers greater privacy and more personal living space. At the push of a button, the seat converts to a full-flat, horizontal sleeping surface measuring 6'6" in length (1.98 m). Ergonomically improved cushioning ensures a high degree of comfort in a sitting or horizontal position, and adjustable armrests provide more space in the shoulder area when lying down.

The Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental features new, state-of-the-art wings with improved aerodynamics and raked wing tips; new fuel-efficient, U.S.-manufactured GEnx-2B engines that contribute to a reduction in fuel burn, emissions and noise and thus give customers the lowest operating costs and best economics of any large passenger airplane; and fly-by-wire technology.

Lufthansa's commitment to the Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental is a testament to the airline's 50-plus year partnership with the U.S.-based manufacturer. Lufthansa currently has 20 Boeing 747-8 Intercontinentals on order and is expected to take delivery of five in total this year. The airline will roll-out service to gateways throughout the U.S. and India.

The aircraft generates a 30 percent smaller noise footprint than the 747-400 and brings double-digit improvements in fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions per passenger, making it one of the industry's most fuel-efficient aircraft and key to Lufthansa's commitment to sustainable reduction of carbon dioxide emissions. The 747-8 Intercontinental fuselage is 250'2" long, which is 18'4" longer than the 747-400. The stretch also provides Lufthansa with 26 percent more cargo volume.

The public can track the progression of the 747-8 Intercontinental into Lufthansa's service via a dedicated 747-8 Intercontinental micro site ( www.lufthansa.com/747-8 ) that showcases product features along with 3-D models of the aircraft and interactive games.

About Lufthansa

One of the world's largest and most prestigious airlines, Lufthansa currently flies to 211 destinations in 84 countries, with hubs in Frankfurt, Munich, and with the Lufthansa Group acquisition of Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and SWISS - Vienna, Brussels and Zurich. From its 21 North American gateways, Lufthansa— recently voted by Fortune as one of the five most admired airlines in the world— and its partners serve over 450 destinations in more than 120 countries. An industry innovator, Lufthansa has long been committed to environmental care and sustainability, operating the most technologically-advanced and fuel-efficient fleet in the world. Its long-haul fleet to and from North America includes the Boeing 747-400, as well as the Airbus A300 sub fleet. Currently, Lufthansa has over 160 new aircraft worth about $22 billion on order. Lufthansa is the largest European operator of the A380 and is also the launch customer for the new Boeing 747-8, the industries' two most fuel-efficient passenger aircraft. Known for its premium services, Lufthansa continues its $105 million program earmarked for building new or upgrading existing lounge facilities across its worldwide network and will spend more than $3.6 billion in new onboard products and services by 2015. In 2010, Lufthansa re-launched its broadband wireless Internet service onboard, FlyNet. For more information or reservations, visit www.lufthansa.com.

About Boeing

Boeing is the world's leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft. For more than 90 years, Boeing has designed airplanes to suit the world's air travel markets— from short range to long range, international and domestic. Boeing also offers a complete selection of aviation support products and services, providing lifecycle business solutions, materials and engineering services, and 24x7 global customer support. Boeing has customers in more than 140 countries around the world and is one of the largest U.S. exporters in terms of sales. Headquartered in Chicago, Boeing employs more than 170,000 people across the United States and in 70 countries. Total company revenues for 2011 were $68.7 billion. For more information, see http://www.boeing.com/newairplane/747/incredible

Deutsche Lufthansa AG
Corporate Communications
Christina Semmel
Tel: +1 516-296-9671
americaspr@dlh.de
www.lufthansa.com
www.lufthansa.com/newsroom

Boeing Commercial Airplanes
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747 Communications
Tel: +1 206-766-1393
+1 206-850-2102 (mobile)
jim.proulx@boeing.com

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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Joi Oct 11, 2012 5:32 pm

Lufthansa si-a anuntat in sfirsit strategia pentru Europa. Asa cum se zvonea, ramin sub branding Lufthansa feederele pe huburile Frankurt si München, restul va trece pe Germanwings, a carei flota va creste de la 30 la aprox. 90 de bucati din familia 320.
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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Joi Oct 11, 2012 9:07 pm

Asa este, sub brandul Lufthansa vor ramane doar zborurile europene din si spre Munchen si Frankfurth + zborurile intercontinentale, urmand ca toate zborurile interne in Germania si zborurile europene spre alte orase decat cele 2 sa fie operate de o entitate low-cost in cadrul careia Germanwings va fi integrata. Numele nu e stabilit inca, deocamdata este cunoscuta sub denumirea Direkt-4U.

Vor avea intr-adevar 90 de avioane dar nu toate vor fi din familia A320 -> 35 vin de la Lufthansa, 35 de la Germanwings (Airbus A319/A320) dar si 20 de la Eurowings (Bombardier CRJ900)

Detalii aici (in franceza) : http://www.air-journal.fr/2012-10-06-lufthansa-ne-veut-plus-investir-dans-de-nouvelles-compagnies-557442.html
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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Joi Oct 11, 2012 9:47 pm

Astea sunt speculatii de dinainte de anunt. Direkt-4U respectiv Lufthansa Direct erau denumirile interne ale proiectului. Acum este cert, se va numi Germanwings.

Nu cred de asemenea in solutia CRJ. Germanwings ca brand e operat deocamdata de Eurowings care are si CRJuri dar presupun ca acestea vor ramine feedere de pe destinatii secundare catre huburile majore. Ma astept mai degraba la o flota cit mai compacta din familia 320, pt ca Lufthansa are deja 140 active si inca 45 de 737 care vor fi retrase vor fi inlocuite cu A320.
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MesajSubiect: Grupul Lufthansa a transportat anul trecut din Romania peste 1,3 mil. pasageri   Mier Feb 20, 2013 10:11 pm

Titlu: Grupul Lufthansa a transportat anul trecut din Romania peste 1,3 mil. pasageri
Sursa: http://www.wall-street.ro/articol/Turism/144535/grupul-lufthansa-a-transportat-anul-trecut-din-romania-peste-1-3-mil-pasageri.html
Autor: ***
Data: 19.02.2013

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Grupul Lufthansa a transportat anul trecut din Romania peste 1,3 mil. pasageri

Grupul Lufthansa, inclusiv partenerii Austrian Airlines si SWISS, a transportat anul trecut din si catre Romania peste 1,3 milioane pasageri, cu 12% mai multi decat in anul precedent.

Rata de crestere in Romania depaseste substantial tendintele traficului inregistrat de companie la nivel mondial.

Linia aeriana Lufthansa a transportat cu 12% mai pasageri anul trecut, aproximativ 770.000 de intre Romania si hub-urile sale din Germania, Frankfurt, Munchen, Dusseldorf si Berlin.

La nivel global, peste 103 milioane de pasageri au zburat anul trecut cu companiile care fac parte din Grupul Lufthansa.

Anul trecut, Lufthansa, Germanwings, SWISS si Austrian Airlines au transportat in total cu 2,5 milioane de pasageri sau cu 2,4% mai multi pasageri decat in anul precedent.

La nivelul grupului, gradul de incarcare s-a imbunatatit cu 1,2%, pana la o pondere totala de 78,8%.

Lufthansa a introdus anul trecut zborurile pe ruta Bucuresti-Berlin, a caror frecventa a crescut ulterior de la patru la sase zboruri saptamanale.

Incepand cu data de 25 martie 2012, SWISS a marit numarul de curse de la Bucuresti catre Zurich la doua zboruri zilnice. In plus, zborul sezonier Bucuresti – Frankfurt si zborul zilnic cu oprire de noapte Sibiu – Munchen vor fi reintroduse in program, incepand cu 01 Aprilie 2013.
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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Lun Apr 15, 2013 9:07 pm

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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Mar Noi 12, 2013 4:58 pm

Va salut!

Stie cineva daca pe ruta FRA-LAX cu 747-8, exista internet contra cost evident, la economy?
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MesajSubiect: Re: Lufthansa (LH / DLH)   Mar Noi 26, 2013 2:56 pm

Ciao tuturor,

Pentru cei interesati, in special Frequent Flyer-i, datorita "succesului" prea puternic al Turkish Airlines, apar anumite "ajustari" in programul Miles & More:

LUFTHANSA AND TURKISH AIRLINES IN 'COMMERCIAL RIFT'

In theory, members of an airline alliance are supposed to be the best of friends. But, in reality, the truth can be very different.

This appears to be the case with two of Star Alliance's key members — Germany's Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines — said to be embroiled in a commercial rift.

The falling out is the result of Turkish Airlines becoming too successful in wooing Lufthansa customers, particularly those flying long-haul, in its home market, according to German media reports.

As a result, Lufthansa and partner Austrian Airlines have retaliated by severing certain commercial arrangements with Turkish Airlines. The codesharing deals which have been put in place with Turkish Airlines will cease from March 29 next year.

But what will really disadvantage passengers is the cutting back of Miles and More status awards. Lufthansa passengers (belonging to Miles and More) who book Turkish Airlines will earn 75 per cent fewer status awards with effect from next January. Yet the same awards will remain at 100 per cent for those Lufthansa passengers who book other Star Alliance members.

A brief note on the Turkish Airlines page on the Miles and More website informs members of their reduced earnings. Status awards allow members to reach higher frequent flyer programme tiers.

According to Der Spiegel, Turkish Airlines has been "sucking massive [amounts of] customers from Germany".

Turkish Airlines' success lies in its targeting both main and secondary airports with keen pricing and convenient connections, much as the Gulf carriers do.

One German business traveller said: "It appears Turkish Airlines is the new 'monster' for Lufthansa. It is stealing market share in the same way as Emirates has done."

How is this happening? It is partly because of keen pricing but also because the big European airlines neglect their secondary airports in favour of concentrating their operations at one or two hubs. It's a policy that works to the detriment of travellers who live and work in the regions.

In Germany, almost all Lufthansa long-haul flights depart from Frankfurt or Munich. So travellers based in major cities like Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Berlin and Stuttgart feel neglected.

It is a similar scenario here in the UK where our British Airways consolidates its long-haul services in London. This policy leaves the UK regions ripe for exploitation by foreign carriers.

lufthansa.com, turkishairlines.com

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http://www.businesstraveller.com/news/lufthansa-and-turkish-airlines-in-commercial-rift
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