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Old February 13th, 2007, 04:32 AM   #121
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Lufthansa goes looking for a few more good pilots
12 February 2007

BERLIN (AP) - German airline Lufthansa said Monday it will more than double the number of pilots it trains, in response to good future business prospects and a worldwide shortage of pilots.

Carl Siegel, head of Lufthansa's passenger division, said during a visit to the airline's pilot training facility in Bremen that the center would increase admission numbers to the school from the 180 enrolled during 2006 to 350 annually starting this year.

More than 800 applications have been submitted already this year, but Siegel expressed fears that -- with the school's 8 percent acceptance rate -- the airline still will not be able to match its growing need.

The airline industry worldwide is estimated to need 40,000 new pilots in the coming years.

"No one knows where they are going to come from," said Siegel.

Lufthansa currently employs more than 4,000 pilots.

A shrinking population, insufficient training in physics and mathematics, and long hours away from home are blamed for the shortage of applicants.

Lufthansa has changed its policies in the last few months to allow for hiring pilots educated at other flight schools.
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Old February 21st, 2007, 05:31 AM   #122
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Germany's Lufthansa reports strong growth in 2006 earnings
19 February 2007

BERLIN (AP) - German airline Lufthansa said Monday that its earnings grew strongly in 2006 as passenger numbers increased.

Lufthansa said preliminary figures showed that its net profit for the full year increased to around 800 million euros ($1.05 billion) -- a 77 percent gain.

The company said it expected revenue to grow to 19.8 billion euros ($26 billion) from 18.1 billion euros.

Operating profit grew to some 845 million euros ($1.1 billion) from 577 million euros. The Cologne-based airline, Germany's biggest, said in a statement that "the positive development in earnings continued in the fourth quarter," but did not give figures for the October-December period.

Lufthansa said last month that passenger numbers grew by 4.2 percent in 2006, with the airline carrying a record number of 53.4 million passengers.

The company said further information on 2006 earnings would be published on March 8.
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Old February 27th, 2007, 04:02 AM   #123
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Lufthansa offers to collect climate friendly fees

FRANKFURT, Feb 24 (Reuters) - German airline Deutsche Lufthansa said on Saturday it was studying plans for the collection of a voluntary climate protection fee from passengers in a bid to fight global warming.

"We want to make our customers a voluntary offer for climate-neutral travel," said a company spokesman, confirming a report in Spiegel magazine due to appear on Feb. 26.

He said plans for the scheme were still sketchy but could be turned into action later this year.

They entailed the collection of voluntary supplements which would be handed over directly to climate protection projects in developing and emerging countries, but those still needed to be identified.

The size of the supplement was not yet clear, the spokesman said, describing the 68 euros for a Frankfurt-New York-Frankfurt trip, which the Spiegel report mentioned, as only a sample calculation by the magazine.

Germany's aviation industry has only recently warmed to the idea of possibly joining carbon dioxide emissions trading schemes which so far focus on energy producers, aligning itself with demands from Brussels and Germany's transport ministry.

Lufthansa, Germany's market leader, still remains sceptical and says a worldwide solution for the industry is necessary.

Emissions trading sets commercial incentives on carbon avoidance, which would be in contrast to emissions taxation models.
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Old April 27th, 2007, 10:50 AM   #124
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Lufthansa eyes better margins than European rivals

FRANKFURT, April 26 (Reuters) - German airline Deutsche Lufthansa said on Thursday it wanted to overtake the profitability of its European rivals after posting a first-quarter profit for the first time in four years.

Lufthansa also said it now had sufficient finances at its disposal to buy any attractive takeover target.

"We are not happy with our profitability. We want to be in the top spot among network carriers. We want to achieve a higher margin than the competition," finance chief Stephan Gemkow told journalists on a conference call.

The carrier was discussing steps needed to boost its margins and by the summer it would give details of planned measures for increasing them from 4.3 percent last year, up from 3.2 percent in 2005.

Lufthansa stacks up against European rivals British Airways (BA) and Air France KLM . BA has said it is on track for a 10 percent operating margin in 2007/08, up from 7.5 percent in the six months to Sept. 30.

"It is about working with moving targets," Gemkow said, adding that he did not necessarily plan to overtake BA in the next year.

Lufthansa is benefiting from traffic growth in Europe and high demand for premium travel on its long-haul services. It has no plans to lower surcharges on passengers that were imposed to offset high fuel costs.

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The airline reiterated that it would reach its 1 billion euro ($1.36 billion) operating earnings goal in 2007, a year early. On Wednesday it posted a first-quarter profit for the first time after four years, helped by record passenger numbers.

"If the current positive framework conditions remain intact, then we will already succeed in achieving this figure in 2007," Chief Executive Wolfgang Mayrhuber said in a statement.

Lufthansa said all indicators pointed to a continuing upswing in the airline industry.

It said its operating result would be further improved by the full consolidation of airline unit Swiss, expected in the third quarter. The Swiss carrier achieved an operating profit of 36 million euros in the first three months of this year, compared with a year-earlier loss of 75 million.

Lufthansa said a 499 million-euro gain on the sale of its 50 percent stake in tourism firm Thomas Cook to joint venture partner KarstadtQuelle and the contribution from Swiss helped it to a first-quarter net profit of 554 million euros, compared to a year-ago net loss of 98 million.

Gemkow said the airline had sufficient finances at its disposal to take over "any attractive target", but said Spanish carrier Iberia remained too expensive.

BA said recently it had approached private equity firms about teaming up for a possible takeover of Iberia but would not bid alone. BA already owns 10 percent of Iberia and has first refusal rights over an additional 32 percent.

Texas Pacific Group (TPG) [TPG.UL] has made a 3.4 billion euro indicative bid for Iberia. BA is considering teaming up with TPG, Apax Partners or working with a Spanish private equity firm, a source familiar with the matter has told Reuters.
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Old June 27th, 2007, 06:35 AM   #125
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Lufthansa and D.Post plan cargo airline -source

FRANKFURT, June 26 (Reuters) - Lufthansa and Deutsche Post plan to set up a joint freight airline, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters on Tuesday.

Deutsche Post's DHL Express delivery business and Lufthansa's Cargo unit want to operate a fleet of cargo planes from 2009, the source said.

Germany's daily Die Welt reported earlier the companies would each hold a 50 percent stake in the operation.

A Lufthansa spokeswoman declined to comment on the report, but said Lufthansa had been cooperating with Deutsche Post, its largest customer in the freight business, in various ways -- including with DHL.

This co-operation would be developed further, the spokeswoman said.

In 2004, Lufthansa Cargo and DHL set up a cooperation deal which can be cancelled in 2009, which is also when the new cargo plane fleet is expected to be ready for operation.

The source said several issues still needed to be solved, such as the difficulty of getting the needed planes on time.

DHL is setting up its European cargo hub in Leipzig/Halle in eastern Germany, the location of the operating base of the new airline. Lufthansa would still keep its cargo business in Frankfurt, sources said.

DHL's rival Luxembourg-based Cargolux Airlines International [CLUX.UL] and Dubai-based airline Emirates [EMAIR.UL] had also shown interest in seeking bids for a joint cargo fleet.
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Old June 27th, 2007, 12:48 PM   #126
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@ hkskyline

If Swiss is already part of the Lufthansa group why isn't the Lufthansa group larger than KLM-Air France in terms of revenues?
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Old June 27th, 2007, 01:17 PM   #127
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If Swiss is already part of the Lufthansa group why isn't the Lufthansa group larger than KLM-Air France in terms of revenues?
I don't think the two entities are being reported together yet. According to Lufthansa's press release, the acquisition will complete next month.

http://konzern.lufthansa.com/en/html...06/692/HOM&s=0

With the integration of SWISS, the Lufthansa Group will further expand its position as a leading international company. Last year, 53.4 million passengers flew with Lufthansa to 185 destinations. SWISS carried 10.5 million passengers to its current 70 destinations. Lufthansa operates a fleet of 430 aircraft, while the Swiss group currently operates services with 73 aircraft. The Lufthansa Group employs in total 101,000 people worldwide originating from 165 nations.

Deutsche Lufthansa AG will acquire all the remaining shares in Swiss International Air Lines AG. Effective 1st July 2007 Lufthansa will then own all the equity in Swiss International Air Lines AG through the Swiss-domiciled AirTrust company.

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The fact sheet I downloaded from their website was updated as of June 21, 2007, but only has Lufthansa figures (53.4 million passengers in 2006 and 19.8 billion euros in revenues).
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Old June 27th, 2007, 04:46 PM   #128
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Does this mean that, by next year, the Lufthansa Group will be called the Lufthansa-Swiss Group?

Combining the number of aircraft of both the Lufthansa Group and Swiss International Airlines, this "pre-supposed" Lufthansa-Swiss Group will have 500 aircraft.
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Old June 29th, 2007, 04:45 AM   #129
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Ive heard rumors that Lufthansa is eyeing Seattle... any one have any details??
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Old August 12th, 2007, 06:55 PM   #130
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Lufthansa carries nearly 6.4 million passengers in July
9 August 2007

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - German airline Lufthansa AG said Thursday it carried nearly 6.4 million passengers in July as it included figures from its Swiss unit for the first time.

The overall passenger load factor rose as a result by 2.4 percentage points to 81.2 percent, Lufthansa said in a statement.

Lufthansa alone carried more than 5.2 million passengers, up 5.4 percent from the same the month a year earlier. The revenue passenger kilometers, or the measure of one paying passenger flown one kilometer, climbed 5.7 percent.

Swiss International Air Lines, consolidated for the first time in July, carried about 1.1 million passengers. The passenger load factor rose by 0.8 percentage points to 85.0 percent.
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Old August 13th, 2007, 09:43 AM   #131
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Lufthansa studying first-ever economy sleeper cabin
6 August 2007

BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) - There is good news for the thrifty traveler. German carrier Lufthansa AG is considering introducing an economy sleeper cabin on its long-haul flights, which would for the first time offer economy-class passengers a bed rather than a seat for a far more comfortable ride.

The idea -- which would radically alter intercontinental travel -- was still in the early phases of development and the airline was conducting an online poll of its customers to gauge interest in the concept, Lufthansa spokeswoman Amelie Lorenz said Monday.

"We are going to analyze the results of the survey and then we will decide whether to proceed or not," Lorenz said. "But the first results have been very positive."

Most airlines already provide flat bed seats on their long-range routes, but only for first- and business-class customers. Economy-class passengers have had to settle for regular reclining seats during extended travel, which have been blamed for causing potentially fatal blood clots known as deep-vein thrombosis, or DVT, in susceptible individuals.

Until now, airlines have been reluctant to introduce fully reclining seats in economy class because they require more space, which reduces the number of passengers and decreases profit for the carriers.

But a computer-generated image provided by Lufthansa as part of its survey features a layout of berths stacked three-high in diagonal rows -- herringbone-style -- along the sides of the plane, and additional bunked berths in a wide central aisle.

The high-density configuration would allow the airline to accommodate sufficient numbers of passengers, but still provide them with the luxury of a good night's sleep on an overnight flight, without the US$2,000-$3,000 (euro1,450-euro2,170) price tag.

Lorenz noted that the proposed layout -- which appeared to represent the lower deck of the twin-level Airbus A380 -- was just one of those under consideration. If the airline decides to go ahead with the proposed sleeper cabin, the best option will be selected, she said.

The A380 -- the world's largest airliner -- will fly on Lufthansa's ultra-long haul flights, including those from Germany to North America, South Africa, the Far East and Australia.

If the new sleeper concept is adopted all other specifics would have to be worked out, including routing and aircraft types, how the beds would be adjusted to enable passengers to eat meals and how the cabin would be configured for take off and landing.

But Lufthansa seems ready for the challenge.

"This is part of an innovation process within our airline. It is part of our normal product development," Lorenz said in a telephone interview from Frankfurt, Germany.
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Lufthansa To Expand Ops, Flights From Duesseldorf Airport
14 August 2007

FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)--Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA.XE) said Tuesday it plans to expand its operations at Duesseldorf airport, including adding three new destinations to North America, from May 2008.

The investment, described by Lufthansa as "significant", means the German airline will land more, larger aircraft at the airport.

As part of its increased presence at the airport, Lufthansa will offer flights from Duesseldorf to Toronto, New York and Chicago.

The move will create 450 additional jobs in Duesseldorf, Lufthansa said.
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Old September 19th, 2007, 07:06 PM   #134
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Lufthansa says orders 41 new Airbus airplanes

FRANKFURT, Sept 19 (Reuters) - German airline Lufthansa said on Wednesday its board approved orders for 41 new airplanes, taking its total number of aircraft on order to about 170 valued at over 14 billion euros ($19.6 billion) at list prices.

The new order comprises 32 Airbus A320s and nine Airbus A330-300 planes, Lufthansa said in a statement.
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Has LH any plans of new routes to South America? BOG or UIO maybe?
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Lufthansa says orders 41 new Airbus airplanes

FRANKFURT, Sept 19 (Reuters) - German airline Lufthansa said on Wednesday its board approved orders for 41 new airplanes, taking its total number of aircraft on order to about 170 valued at over 14 billion euros ($19.6 billion) at list prices.

The new order comprises 32 Airbus A320s and nine Airbus A330-300 planes, Lufthansa said in a statement.
The order is for themselves and Swiss (LX)
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6 A319
4 A320
20 A321

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Old September 20th, 2007, 12:53 AM   #137
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I'm praying to see Swiss in Toronto one day. They seem to be expanding and hopefully one day will reach the same level as Swissair (although the legacy of Swissair will NEVER be achieved again)
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Old September 21st, 2007, 08:08 PM   #138
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German airline Lufthansa to boost Asian, US service

FRANKFURT, Sept 21, 2007 (AFP) - German airline Lufthansa will increase service to Asia and the Americas during its 2007-2008 winter season, the carrier said Friday.

Starting from October 28, Lufthansa will fly to three new destinations, Orlando in the US state of Florida, and the Pakistani cities of Lahore and Karachi, a statement said.

The German carrier plans to increase the number of places offered on intercontinental flights by 6.5 percent, while European service would see an increase of 4.0 percent.

Lufthansa's European focus would be on eastern countries and business destinations, the statement said.

In all, the German airline expects to serve 188 destinations in 79 countries, it added.
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Lufthansa to up fuel surcharge by Oct 1

FRANKFURT, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Germany's Deutsche Lufthansa will increase fuel surcharges in its passenger business starting Oct 1 due to rising oil and raw material prices, the company said on Tuesday.

The surcharge for long distance flights will increase by 5 euros to 67 euros ($94.32) per flight, Lufthansa said in a statement.

On domestic and European flights the fuel surcharge will increase by 2 euros to 14 euros, it said.

Lufthansa said it will continue to monitor oil prices and adjust surcharges in line with developments in the raw material markets.
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The new 747 will definitely look better than the A380

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