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Old November 11th, 2010, 10:22 AM   #241
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Old November 29th, 2010, 06:23 PM   #242
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FRANKFURT: Europe's leading airline Lufthansa said on Monday that it will offer regular service between Frankfurt and Hamburg in April with a plane that can use biofuel in addition to jet fuel.

An Airbus A321 will fly four times a day between the two German cities, and half of the fuel to one of two engines will be made up of a synthetic based on vegetable oil, the airline said.

The test is scheduled to last six months.

Air Japan and Air New Zealand have already tested biofuels in their airplanes but Lufthansa said it would be the first carrier to use it on a regular basis.

Lufthansa planned to spend 6.6 million euros (8.7 million dollars) on the project, with government funds accounting for 2.5 million.

The biofuel is to be supplied by a Finnish company and will cost "between three to five times more than kerosene," according to Joachim Buse, who is leading the test.

He told a press conference the use of biofuel should result in the emission of 1,500 tonnes less carbon dioxide over the six-month period.

Lufthansa would like to use biofuels for between five and 10 percent of all consumption by 2020, depending on its availability and market conditions, Buse said.

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Old November 29th, 2010, 06:28 PM   #243
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46 Eurowings flights canceled due to pilot strike in Germany
26 November 2010

BERLIN (AP) - A German pilots association says 46 flights have been canceled due to a pilots' strike at Eurowings airline.

Pilots association Cockpit told German news agency DAPD on Friday that flights were canceled at Berlin's Tegel airport, in Dresden, Duesseldorf, Hamburg, Cologne and in Nuremberg.

The strike began at 5 a.m. and is expected to last eight hours.

Eurowings, which is a partner of Lufthansa, said that 140 of its 305 pilots were participating in the strike. It was not clear how many passengers were affected by the cancellations.

Eurowings is planning to reduce the number of planes it operates. The striking pilots are demanding better compensation plans for employees who may be affected by layoffs.
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Old November 29th, 2010, 06:32 PM   #244
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Swiss to increase flight frequency from Moscow to Geneva
26 November 2010
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Swiss is going to launch three additional flights per week between Moscow and Geneva during the skiing season in the Alpes. Thus, the number of flights will be increased from 7 to 11. Two additional flights will depart from Moscow on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. Return flights are scheduled for Saturdays, Fridays and Sundays. During the New Year's holidays Swiss will launch the flights from Geneva and Zurich and some other additional flights. Source: Aviaport.ru
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Old November 30th, 2010, 04:36 PM   #245
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Lufthansa needs more cargo freighters by 2015

FRANKFURT, Nov 30 (Reuters) - German airline Lufthansa's cargo unit will need extra capacity equivalent to six MD-11 freighters by 2015 to meet rising demand, particularly growth into and out of Asia.

Among sectors, the pharmaceutical industry, a major customer for Lufthansa Cargo, will grow around the world in coming years, the cargo unit's management board member Andreas Otto told reporters late on Monday.

Lufthansa Cargo plans to establish a pharmaceutical transport hub in Hyderabad, India, to help meet demand, he said, adding the business cannot rely on gaining capacity via growth of Lufthansa's passenger airlines because new A380 superjumbos add more seat capacity than room for freight.

Lufthansa's cargo unit transports about half of its freight in the cargo hold of passenger planes.

The Asia-Pacific region accounts for almost half the annual volume of air cargo of about 20 million tonnes. China and Hong Kong alone contribute almost 4 million tonnes.

On average, Lufthansa Cargo will need the equivalent of one more MD-11 freighter per year through 2015, Otto said.

Lufthansa Cargo, one of Europe's two biggest air freight carriers along with Air France-KLM , has 18 MD-11 freighters, each with a capacity of just over 90 tonnes.

Otto said it was not yet clear whether Lufthansa Cargo would buy new planes, convert Lufthansa passenger planes into freighters, or lease capacity.

"We are talking about six MD-11 equivalents. That does not mean that we are buying six more MD-11s. That is something we currently have to work out," he said, adding the carrier would seek approval to add capacity next year.

Otto said he saw supply in the cargo industry falling short of demand by 5 percent by 2014, recovering from overcapacity during the global economic crisis. Air cargo companies were buffeted last year as companies reined in spending to weather the downturn.

Global cargo demand fell by 11 percent in 2009, according to industry body International Air Transport Association (IATA).

IATA said last week that freight traffic, which accounts for 35 percent of the value of goods traded internationally, was now 1 percent above pre-crisis levels of early 2008.
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Old December 22nd, 2010, 07:29 PM   #246
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Lufthansa, Munich to invest 650 million euros in airport
23 December 2010
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German airline Lufthansa and Munich Airport said Wednesday they will invest heavily to raise capacity at the carrier's hub in southern Germany by more than 40 percent from 2015.

Lufthansa and FMG, the airport's governing body, are to invest 650 million euros (850 million dollars) to build a satellite terminal that would expand annual capacity by 11 million passengers, a statement said.

Terminal 2, to which the structure would be attached, is expected to reach a maximum capacity of 25 million passengers next year, meaning the extension would raise its potential by 44 percent.

The airport is to cover 60 percent of the project's cost, with Lufthansa paying the rest.

Munich is working to close the gap with Frankfurt, Germany's leading airport, but the planned development still requires final approval from the German state of Bavaria and the Munich city council.

Last year, Munich recorded 37.2 million passengers, behind Frankfurt at 50.9 million but well ahead of number three Duesseldorf on 17.8 million.
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Old December 23rd, 2010, 05:36 PM   #247
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SAS shares soar on report Lufthansa plans takeover

STOCKHOLM/FRANKFURT, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Shares surged in Scandinavian carrier SAS on Thursday after a report that Lufthansa planned a takeover, giving new buzz to a long talked-of match.

The idea of a takeover has been a recurring theme as SAS, half owned by Denmark, Norway and Sweden, continued to struggle with losses after a series of costly restructuring plans.

"The story has sparked rumours of an imminent bid. With all the buzz on M&A at the moment, any sort of speculation can send a stock through the roof," said one Geneva-based trader.

A person close to Lufthansa said there were no talks between SAS and the German carrier concerning any possible takeover at the moment, chiming with the Lufthansa's most recent statements.

Lufthansa Chief Executive Wolfgang Mayrhuber said on Oct. 28 that the carrier would hold off from major acquisitions until it had integrated and turned around recent buys. "There is nothing worth reporting at the moment," he said at the time.

Lufthansa, which bought Austrian Airlines, bmi, and Brussels Airlines last year, has been touted as a possible buyer for SAS as well as Poland's LOT [LOT.UL].

SAS shares, at one point up 15 percent, had climbed 14 percent by 1437 GMT, with Lufthansa stock up 0.8 percent.

SAS shares are down 54 percent this year, against a 23 percent climb in the broad Stockholm index. <.OMXSPI>

"These rumours have come and gone over the years and I do not think there is anything more in them now than there was before," said Fondsfinans analyst Hans Erik Jacobsen in Oslo.

"I do not think it is particularly probable that Lufthansa would want to buy SAS when the situation is so shaky."

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Traders said the SAS rise came after Bloomberg reported a "person familiar with the matter" as having said Lufthansa may announce takeover plans for SAS as early as the first half of 2011, pending talks with the governments.

Lufthansa, SAS and the Swedish and Norwegian governments declined to comment on the report.

Fund manager Christer Swaretz, head of Swaretz & Partner Fondkommission, said the share rise in SAS was exaggerated by tight liquidity. He also called the share reaction a so-called "dead cat bounce" after the share's decline this year.

"We do not like SAS and we do not think there are grounds for this type of speculation. Now everyone seems to want to believe and hope, but we must look at the general direction and that is a downwards spiral for SAS," he added.

A tie-up with SAS, which is a partner with Lufthansa in the global Star Alliance, would strengthen the airlines' dominance of routes between Germany and Scandinavia and provide feeder traffic for Lufthansa's hubs such as Frankfurt.

But Lufthansa currently still has its hands full trying to turn around bmi and Austrian Airlines, the person close to the carrier said.

Lufthansa Chairman Juergen Weber on Nov. 2 signalled, though, that Lufthansa had not completely lost interest in buying SAS. "The takeover has not worked out so far, but let us wait and see."
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Old December 24th, 2010, 06:08 AM   #248
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I think SAS is too big for Lufthansa to take over it at this moment since it is still dealing with reorganization of Austrian and Brussels Airlines. I see more organic internal growth for the upcoming year such as SWISS' recent statement it will be launching new routes and increasing traffic on existing ones from Geneva's Cointrin airport.
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Old January 3rd, 2011, 06:44 PM   #249
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Lufthansa to add 4,000 German jobs in 2011, more than half flight attendants
3 January 2011

BERLIN (AP) - German carrier Lufthansa AG plans to create some 4,000 jobs in Germany during 2011, more than half of them positions for flight attendants.

Lufthansa said in a statement that it was seeking to add some 2,200 employees to its in-flight crews, as well as roughly 900 ground personnel, among others.

Board chairman Christoph Franz said the carrier is expanding because of increased passenger capacity due to more regional routes and the use of the Airbus A380 jumbo jets on long-haul flights.

The news drove Lufthansa shares up 1.77 percent in Monday midmorning trading in Frankfurt, to euro16.65 ($22.25).
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Strike by Lufthansa crew at Paris airport disrupts German airline's flights
17 January 2011

BERLIN (AP) - Deutsche Lufthansa AG says a strike by its check-in crew at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport has forced it to cancel flights to and from the French hub.

Lufthansa said it expected to cancel 26 flights to Charles to Gaulle on Monday and the same number of departures.

Airline spokesman Marco Dall'Asta says the company is in a "constructive dialogue" with unions in an effort to resolve the dispute "as soon as possible."
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Lufthansa, Cabin Crew Employees End Wage Dispute
20 January 2011

FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)--German air carrier Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA.XE), and its cabin crew staff union, or UFO, have reached an agreement to end a wage dispute that had been going on since March 2010, the airline said Wednesday.

The two sides have accepted a proposal by mediator Heide Simonis for the 16,000 cabin crew employees that includes a salary freeze.

For the period until February 2014, the airline promises a gradual improvement of working conditions, and a one-off compensation payment of EUR1,000 for each cabin crew staff member.
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Lufthansa Confirms Fuel Cost Estimate For 2011
21 January 2011
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FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)--German air carrier Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA.XE) confirmed its fuel cost estimate for the year 2011, Lufthansa spokesman Boris Ogursky said Friday to Dow Jones Newswires.

The company still expects fuel costs to rise to about EUR6.5 billion, a figure Chief Financial Officer Stephan Gemkow gave on Jan. 11.

In October, with the release of the company's nine-month results, the company said it expects fuel costs of EUR6 billion.

Lufthansa plans to pass the higher costs on to its customer and therefore will increase its fuel surcharge as of Jan. 25, the spokesman said. For domestic and intra-European routes, the surcharge will rise by EUR2 a flight to EUR26, he added. For long-distance hauls, the surcharge will increase by EUR10 to between EUR92 and EUR107.

This doesn't mean ticket prices for customers will increase, Ogursky said and added that special deals like the EUR99 offers for within Germany and Europe will still remain. "We are in a highly competitive market," he said.

On Thursday, Air Berlin PLC (AB1.XE) already increased its fuel surcharges for short- and medium-distances by EUR3 and for long distance hauls by EUR5/flight, spokeswoman Alexandra Bakir said. The company didn't provide a forecast for fuel costs for the current year but will give such an estimate with the release of its full year 2010 figures in March.
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Lufthansa will become the first carrier to serve the Californian city of San Francisco with the A380 superjumbo from this May.

The carrier will operate a daily A380 flight into the city from May 10, replacing the Boeing 747-400 currently used on the Frankfurt-San Francisco route.

The flight numbers in question are LH454, departing Frankfurt at 0935 and arriving in San Francisco at 1155, and LH455 leaving California at 1420 and landing back in Frankfurt at 1005 the following day.

Lufthansa currently serves Johannesburg, Beijing and Tokyo with the A380, with New York set to join the fold at the end of February (see online news December 10, 2010).

Lufthansa will be the first airline to serve San Francisco with the superjumbo – the german carrier will also continue to serve the Californian city from Munich with an A340 aircraft.

There are currently no A380 services to the US West Coast, although Singapore Airlines is set to serve Los Angeles with the superjumbo from the end of March (see online news December 3, 2010).
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Lufthansa Cargo To Raise Fuel Surcharge To EUR0.95/Kg -Source
26 January 2011

FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)--Lufthansa Cargo AG, the logistics arm of Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA.XE), will increase its fuel surcharge to EUR0.95 a kilogram from EUR0.90 as of Feb. 7, the company said Wednesday.

The freight company is raising the surcharge due to increased crude oil prices, said a spokesman, confirming information Dow Jones Newswires obtained earlier from a person familiar with the matter.

The company last increased its fuel surcharge to EUR0.90/kg on Dec. 27, also due to increased crude oil prices.
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(ADPnews) - Feb 9, 2011 - Germany's flag carrier Deutsche Lufthansa (ETR:LHA) said today that due to the mild winter conditions its core unit's passenger traffic grew by 17.4% on the year to 4.4 million passengers in January 2011.

Including Lufthansa's subsidiaries SWISS, Bmi and Austrian Airlines (AUA), the consolidated number of serviced passengers during the period advanced by 11.7% year-on-year to 6.6 million.

A year earlier, heavy snowfalls led to numerous flight cancellations, Lufthansa said.

Lufthansa's passenger load factor fell by 0.7 percentage points to 72.6% in January 2011.

Lufthansa Cargo saw its cargo and mail traffic surge 17.5% on the year to 137,000 metric tonnes, while its freight load factor decreased by 1.2 percentage points to 63% in January.
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