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Old September 8th, 2009, 07:04 PM   #221
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Crowded skies as Lufthansa opens bmi books
8 September 2009
The Times

Lufthansa, the German flag carrier, has opened the books at bmi and is offering rivals a chance to conduct limited due diligence on the British airline before a possible sale.

A number of airlines, including British Airways (BA) and Virgin Atlantic, are understood to have signed confidentiality agreements with Lufthansa. Others, including Flybe, the regional carrier, and international airlines from the Middle East, Far East and the United States, are said to have expressed an interest in buying some of bmi's assets, particularly its landing slots at Heathrow.

However, it is uncertain how many of the airlines that have applied to receive financial data on bmi, the former British Midland, are seriously interested buyers or whether they merely want to take a closer look at a competitor.

Lufthansa bought a stake of 50 per cent plus one share in bmi from Sir Michael Bishop, the former chairman, two months ago, concluding a deal first brokered ten years ago.

The Germans are thought to have paid about £230 million for Sir Michael's shares and Lufthansa now owns 80 per cent of the Derby-based airline. The remaining 20 per cent is owned by SAS, the Scandinavian carrier.

Lufthansa declined to comment on its plans for bmi but a person close to the company said: "There is a big bandwidth of options and these all have to be looked at." The options are understood to range between an outright sale of bmi and fully integrating it into the German carrier.

Martin Broughton, the BA chairman, is said to have been in Germany last week to discuss options with Lufthansa.

BA declined to comment yesterday on its interest in bmi or whether Mr Broughton's trip had taken place.

Analysts said that if BA were to bid for bmi it would face regulatory hurdles because the two carriers are the largest operating out of Heathrow. They also point to Ryanair's blocked bid for Aer Lingus, the Irish flag carrier, as an example of how difficult it is to secure an intra-country airline merger.

Industry insiders have admitted that BA could be forced to give up half of bmi to appease regulators. It would struggle to raise financing for a full acquisition, which would cost up to £500 million, and analysts believe that financial and regulatory barriers make it more likely that BA would encourage Lufthansa to break up bmi. This would allow BA to pick up extra slots at Heathrow without the burden of restructuring a loss-making company.

Slots could also be sold to other international airlines wanting a bigger footprint at Heathrow, while a smaller carrier, such as Flybe, might be interested in bmi's regional operations. Virgin Atlantic's plan is understood to be more ambitious: it wants to merge bmi with its long-haul operations.

However, unless Sir Richard Branson, the founder of Virgin, can raise financing to buy bmi outright, a deal could be difficult to achieve.

One option being considered would be for Lufthansa to take a stake in a merged Virgin-bmi, but it is not clear whether Sir Richard is willing to accept a dilution in his shareholding. In the past he has always ruled that out.

People close to Lufthansa have indicated that the Germans are not interested in having a shareholding in a merged Virgin-bmi.

While Lufthansa's rivals consider whether to make offers for part or all of bmi, the Germans are understood to have started a restructuring project at the British airline with the aim of returning it to profitability.

Lufthansa built up its stake in bmi to 80 per cent only two months ago but is now considering options including an outright sale of the British airline.
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Old September 19th, 2009, 02:24 PM   #222
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Lufthansa Cargo denies plans to shrink fleet

FRANKFURT, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Deutsche Lufthansa's cargo unit denied a report that it was considering permanently grounding several of its 19 MD-11 cargo planes.

The company has grounded three of its planes and plans to ground a fourth one from Oct. 1 in response to a drop in demand.

Air cargo companies have been buffeted by spending curbs by businesses amid the global economic crisis. Industry body IATA has said it expects global airlines to lose $11 billion this year on weak passenger and cargo demand.

"We have no plans to permanently take freighters out of our fleet," a spokesman for the company said on Friday.

German daily Handelsblatt had earlier cited unnamed sources as saying Lufthansa Cargo was considering shrinking its fleet.

Handelsblatt also cited Lufthansa Cargo's Chief Executive Carsten Spohr as saying the German flagship carrier's unit was not considering shutting down its own fleet altogether.

"I don't want to imagine that Lufthansa Cargo's own fleet goes to zero," he was cited as saying.

Lufthansa has forecast a full-year operating loss for its cargo business and has said it could also post a loss in its passenger airlines if it cannot cut costs fast enough.

The airline said in an employee newsletter it was shutting down the fleet of about 45 planes seating 50 passengers each operated by regional carriers CityLine and Eurowings faster than planned as costs per seat sold were higher than on other planes.
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Old January 8th, 2010, 11:14 AM   #223
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Lufthansa looks for increased frequency to Indian cities by 2011
8 January 2010
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PUNE: German airline major Lufthansa, which has lined up orders worth Euro 16 billion for acquisition of 160 new aircraft including 15 Airbus 380s and 25 Boeing 747-800s by mid-2012, is looking for a further increase in the frequency of its services to various Indian destinations in 2011.

"We are getting a lot of these aircraft by 2010-11 and obviously, they will have to fly somewhere. The Indian market offers us a big potential," said Lufthansa's south Asia Director Axel Hilgers, while speaking to reporters here on Thursday.

The question remains, will the India airports presently served by Lufthansa be ready to handle the 500+ seater jumbo aircraft like A-380s? "We hope the New Delhi airport may be first to upgrade itself to the demands of handling such huge aircraft, going by the schedule of the ongoing expansion work there in view of the Commonwealth Games 2010," he said.

Hilgers, who took over as the head of Lufthansa's south Asia operations in January, last year, was on his maiden visit to Pune to announce a change in the Pune-Frankfurt flight pattern besides holding interactions with representatives of the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce and key German corporates like auto major Volkswagen.

As of now, Lufthansa operates flights to seven Indian destinations__New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai and Kolkata__with a frequency of 52 flights for the ongoing winter schedule of the airliners. "We plan to increase the frequency to 53 flights in the forthcoming summer schedule, starting end of March, by reintroducing daily flight service between Bangalore and Frankfurt. The service was earlier curtailed to six days a week," he said.

Apart from its own operation, Lufthansa is in the midst of an elaborate integration process with alliance partners like the Austrian Airlines and the Swiss Airlines, which operate flights to New Delhi and Mumbai, respectively. "In India, we have had synergies with our partner airlines on several fronts," he said. For instance, Lufthansa has taken over the sales network for Austrian airlines business in India. "We are in market with one common contract vis-a-vis travel and trade," he said.

"Both Austrian and Swiss airlines are currently operating five and 10 flights, repsectively to the two Indian destinations. The Swiss airlines will increase the frequency to 11, coming summer," he said. This will take the Lufthansa group's (alliance partners included) total number of frequencies to Indian destinations to 70 from existing 67, he added.

More recently, Lufthansa has got into a joint venture (JV) arrangement with the Continental Airlines, United Airlines and Air Canada to operate the sales network of these airliners for all business that goes over the North Atlantic from India, he said.

Hilgers said, "The integration was critical not only for the recession-hit global airline companies to tackle the economic situation but also provides several advantages to passengers vis-a-vis harmonisation of fares, lounge access and one-touch point service, among others."
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Old January 13th, 2010, 12:28 AM   #224
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Record numbers fly with Swiss

Swiss International Air Lines carried a record of 13.8 million passengers last year, up from 13.5 million in 2008.

German parent company Lufthansa, on the other hand, welcomed 2.6 per cent fewer passengers on its flights: 55.6 million.

Swiss operated 136,536 flights in 2009, an increase of 1.6 per cent, but seat load factor – how much of an airline’s passenger-carrying capacity is used – suffered a slight year-on-year decline, dropping from 80.3 per cent to 80.1 per cent.

While long-haul passenger-carrying capacity fell slightly from 84.2 per cent to 83.2 per cent, Swiss’s European network registered an increase for the year from 72.1 per cent to 74.1 per cent.

The airfreight business of Swiss WorldCargo benefited from the modest economic recovery seen in the fourth quarter of the year, although cargo load factor (by volume) for 2009 as a whole stood at 70.7 per cent, down from 77.6 per cent in 2008.
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Old March 1st, 2010, 05:23 PM   #225
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Russia Threatens To Ban Austrian Airlines Flights - Report
1 March 2010

LONDON (Dow Jones)--The Russian government has threatened to ban Austrian Airline flights to Moscow after the carrier's takeover by Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA.XE) raised questions over the two countries' bilateral air services agreement, The Financial Times reports on its Web site Monday.

Russia has asked Austria for information proving the airline is still Austrian-controled and information already received has been deemed unsatisfactory, the FT says, citing people close to the matter.

The airline is now unsure whether its summer flights schedule will be approved.

'We are optimistic the Austrian government will be able to convince the Russian side of its position, which is also our position, that is that Austrian Airlines is still an Austrian airline in terms of the bilateral agreement conditions between Austria and Russia,' the FT cites an Austrian Airlines spokesman as saying.
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Swiss flies profitably despite harsh headwinds

Swiss International Air Lines (Group) recorded an operating profit of SFr146 million ($136 million) for 2009.

The airline, owned by German state carrier, Lufthansa, said in a statement that total income from operating activities last year declined by 17 per cent to SFr4.36 billion compared with 2008.

Swiss CEO Harry Hohmeister said he was satisfied with the airline’s performance. “We achieved a black-ink result in all four quarters; and we were able to do so despite sizeable declines in our revenues and a tangible migration from higher to lower booking classes,” he explained.

Swiss contributed significantly to Lufthansa’s 2009 operating profit of €130 million ($177 million).

The airfreight business of Swiss also showed signs of recovery towards year-end.

However, the airline cautioned that the aviation sector was “unlikely to see any swift recovery”, even if the global economy picked up.

To meet the challenges, Swiss reduced frequencies on certain intercontinental routes last year.
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Lufthansa eyes in-flight Internet for short-haul fleet

Lufthansa is looking closely at bringing in-flight communications to its short-haul fleet to address what it believes is a growing need for passengers to be connected all the time, including in the air.

Company vice-president product management and innovation Christian Körfgen tells ATI and Flightglobal that the German flag carrier envisages offering broadband on everything from intra-European flights of four to fives hours in duration to even "half-hour flights".

A former customer of defunct Connexion by Boeing (CBB), Lufthansa is poised to re-launch its FlyNet-branded in-flight Internet service on overseas flights. The carrier is working in partnership with Panasonic Avionics, which has also been tasked to fit its high-speed Ku-band satellite-based eXConnect service to the long-haul aircraft that are not presently fitted with CBB antennas in Lufthansa's fleet. Lufthansa will also offer mobile connectivity to passengers via Panasonic partner AeroMobile.

Körfgen says Lufthansa expects to offer the same type of services on its narrowbody aircraft as it will offer on its long-haul fleet, although the carrier has not picked a provider as yet. "There are different possibilities, such as satellite or possibly terrestrial. We are looking at it quite sharply," he says.

The carrier is open to partnering with a company other than Panasonic, but also sings the praises of the in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) manufacturer as well as its work on reigniting CBB for Lufthansa.

"Up until now, it has been an impressive job that Panasonic did in that area, regarding the complexity of the whole system. We are quite confident of being out there quite soon," says Körfgen.

The carrier is currently testing in-flight Internet on four aircraft - two Airbus A340s and two A330s.


"We hope as soon as we finish our testing we hope that [the re-launch] is going to be still this year, but we want to be sure that it's working correctly, that we have the right upstream and downstream volumes, and that the satellite connection is working properly without any interruptions at all," says the Lufthansa executive.

He adds: "We are focused on business travellers and as you know all around the world, business travellers need to be connected all the time. To stay connected, one of the major issues is to have connectivity on board. With the new media, that is one of the most important things for travellers, and especially business travellers during long-haul trips, but we think on short-haul it's getting more and more important."

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Old September 15th, 2010, 06:25 PM   #230
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Lufthansa/Swiss fligths to Brazil are reaching almost 100%!!!!


São Paulo-Frankfurt +90% | daily
São Paulo-Munich +90% | 5week
São Paulo-Zurich +95% | daily

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I think is time to another brazilian city(could be Rio or Brasilia).

In my opinion,Brasilia(3rd largest Brazil´s airport and TAM/StarAlliance´s hub) would be a great option,since TAM already flys Rio-Frankfurt.

The route Brazil-Germany-Brazil is the 4th largest from to Brazil to Europe,but there only directly flights to 3 brazilians cities and only 26 weekly flights.

Just to compere with Spain(3rd largest european route from/to Brazil)

Passengers/2009

>Spain 637.472
>Germany 591.508


Cities in Brazil

>Spain 5
>Germany 3

Weekly fligths

>Spain(35): 21 São Paulo/7 Rio/4 Salvador/3 Fortaleza and Recife
>Germany(26): 19 São Paulo/5 Rio/2 Salvador
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Old September 24th, 2010, 05:13 PM   #231
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22 September 2010

Lufthansa’s Supervisory Board has approved the acquisition of 40 Airbus aircraft worth approximately US$4.3 billion. These aircraft are destined for Lufthansa, plus two of the Group’s subsidiary airlines: SWISS and Germanwings. The orders comprise: 20 A320 Family aircraft and three A330-300s for Lufthansa; four A320 Family aircraft and five A330-300s for SWISS; and eight A319s for Germanwings. With this order, the Lufthansa Group, Airbus’s biggest airline customer, will have acquired a combined total of 410 Airbus aircraft.

“Our decision to acquire additional Airbus aircraft is testament not only to their advantageous operating costs, reliability and performance, but also to our long-standing partnership with Airbus,” says Nico Buchholz, Lufthansa’s Executive Vice President, Group Fleet Management. He adds: These Airbus aircraft will provide eco-efficiency, seamless comfort, passenger appeal and operational synergies across the Lufthansa Group.”

“We are proud that Lufthansa Group has again chosen Airbus aircraft to strengthen its fleet,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer Customers. “Lufthansa, SWISS and Germanwings will all benefit from full operational flexibility and commonality thanks to the Airbus Family concept. We are confident that these efficient and modern aircraft will continue to contribute to their success.”

Today Lufthansa Group is Airbus’ biggest operator worldwide with around 325 Airbus aircraft currently in service. These include: 227 A320 Family; 30 A330s; 65 A340s; and three A380s. In addition to this latest decision for 40 aircraft, the Lufthansa Group has an order backlog of a further 51 Airbus aircraft to be delivered. These include 36 A320 Family, three A330s, and 12 A380s.

The A320 single-aisle Family, specialising on short to medium-haul sectors, has established itself as the industry standard for passenger comfort and offers the lowest-operating cost per seat. Over 6,600 have been sold and around 4,400 delivered to more than 300 customers and operators worldwide, making it the world’s best-selling commercial jetliner ever.

Meanwhile, the versatile A330 Family specialises in medium to long ranges and combines high comfort standards, interior flexibility and superior economics with exceptional operational reliability exceeding 99 per cent. Encompassing the A330-200 and A330-300 passenger versions and now also the dedicated A330-200 Freighter, the A330 is the most popular wide-body commercial aircraft in its category, with a combined order total exceeding 1,100.
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Old October 12th, 2010, 07:07 PM   #232
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Lufthansa Airlines September Passengers +12% On Year At 5.69 Million
11 October 2010

FRANKFURT -(Dow Jones)- German flag carrier Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA.XE) Monday said it airline passenger traffic in September rose 12% compared to a year earlier to 5.69 million.

MAIN FACTS:

-The load factor for the month for Lufthansa Airlines was 82.6%, up 1.9 percentage points.

-Lufthansa Group passenger traffic during the month rose 7.9% on the year to 8.65 million while the load factor was 82.6%, up 2 percentage points.

-All traffic regions contributed to the strong sales growth.

-In the two main longhaul regions the prior months' high load factors were maintained, while in European traffic and in the Middle East/Africa region they improved sharply once again.
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Any chance for Swiss to get an A380? That plane with the cross would be an amazing vision
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Lufthansa/Swiss fligths to Brazil are reaching almost 100%!!!!


São Paulo-Frankfurt +90% | daily
São Paulo-Munich +90% | 5week
São Paulo-Zurich +95% | daily

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I think is time to another brazilian city(could be Rio or Brasilia).

In my opinion,Brasilia(3rd largest Brazil´s airport and TAM/StarAlliance´s hub) would be a great option,since TAM already flys Rio-Frankfurt.

The route Brazil-Germany-Brazil is the 4th largest from to Brazil to Europe,but there only directly flights to 3 brazilians cities and only 26 weekly flights.

Just to compere with Spain(3rd largest european route from/to Brazil)

Passengers/2009

>Spain 637.472
>Germany 591.508


Cities in Brazil

>Spain 5
>Germany 3

Weekly fligths

>Spain(35): 21 São Paulo/7 Rio/4 Salvador/3 Fortaleza and Recife
>Germany(26): 19 São Paulo/5 Rio/2 Salvador
If i understood correctly, the flights to Rio are not being taking into count. So the traffic between Germany and Brazil will be growing.
It wouldn't surprise me if Lufthansa would be sending one of the A380 to GRU in the near future or even add a new flight to the currently 744 operation from Frankfurt.
Paris sees 4 direct flights to Sao Paulo most of the year!!!!

It is still to be seen if TAM will stay in the Star Alliance or will change to One World after the merger with LAN.. that could change a lot of things!!
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When will the first B747-8 for Lufthansa arrive?

I believe Buenos Aires is the first destination to be launched with it
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aviation | Swiss a transporté un nombre record de passagers au cours du mois d'octobre 2010. La compagnie aérienne a accueilli 1,334 million passagers, soit une augmentation de 4,5% en comparaison annuelle.

Swiss n'a jamais transporté autant de passagers qu'en octobre 2010. Le nombre de vols a lui aussi connu une hausse. Il s'est établi à 11'010 en Europe, une hausse de 3,5%, et à 1372 sur le réseau intercontinental (+6,9%). Dans l'ensemble, la progression atteint 3,9%, indique mardi la compagnie aérienne en mains du géant allemand Lufthansa.

Le coefficient d'occupation de 86,5% est similaire à celui d'octobre 2009. En Europe, il a augmenté de 0,9 point à 79,2% et a légèrement baissé de 90,5% à 90,2% au niveau intercontinental.

Au niveau du fret, Swiss WorldCargo a vu son taux de remplissage augmenter en volume. Il a atteint 82,7% en octobre, soit une hausse de 4,6 points par rapport à la même période de l'an passé.

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Lufthansa Group 8.5 Million Passengers In October
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Individual airlines:
Lufthansa Airlines 5.6 Million Passengers: + 9.6%
Swiss 1.3 Million Passengers: + 4.5%
Austrian Airlines ~ 1 Million Passengers: + 8.4%
British Midland 0.55 Million Passengers: - 20%



Lufthansa Cargo 171,000 Tons (+ 18.6%) (Including daughter companies: 191,000 Tons, + 18,3%)

http://www.aero.de/news/Lufthansa4.html
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SR?? Swissair?? It it a joke?? Who is such a genius??
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SR?? Swissair?? It it a joke?? Who is such a genius??
Well it was indeed the code for Swissair... and as actually Swissair does no longer exist then the error is understandable. They should change both the name (to SWISS) and code to Crossair's LX, not just the IATA code to LX
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