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Old January 30th, 2011, 04:38 PM   #1221
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Old January 31st, 2011, 07:14 AM   #1223
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Lufthansa names A380 after its first destination “Tokyo”
Monday, 31 January 2011



Tokyo Governor Ishihara acts as godfather - Airline reinforces its position as Europe’s number One in Asia

The Governor of Tokyo, Shintaro Ishihara, and Christoph Franz, Chairman of the Executive Board and Chief Executive Officer Deutsche Lufthansa AG, officially launched an Airbus A380 with the name “Tokyo”. The official ceremony took place at Narita Airport on the 150th anniversary of the signing of the first German-Japanese treaty of friendship on 24 January 1861 (at that time Prussia) and on the 50th anniversary of the first Lufthansa flight to Japan on 24 January 1961.

As a result, the latest A380s delivered to Lufthansa with the registration D-AIMD and christened Tokyo, will now serve the airports of Frankfurt and the Japanese metropolis of Tokyo. The Japanese capital has already been the worldwide first Lufthansa-A380 destination since 10 June 2010. Meanwhile, Beijing and Johannesburg have been added as further destinations. As of the end of February, New York will become Lufthansa’s fourth A380 destination.

"Our passengers have been flying on our Tokyo service for more than seven months in our new flagship and the enthusiasm for this aircraft and all the innovations associated with it is still as great as it was on the first day", said Lufthansa chief Christoph Franz. “I am really delighted that with our A380 in the Japanese market, in particular, we have been able to further build upon our success and I am grateful for the support of our customers, partners as well as the state institutions. It is a great pleasure and honour, together with Governor Shintaro Ishihara and Germany's Ambassador to Japan, Dr. Volker Stanzel, on this historic day to christen our flagship with the name ‘Tokyo’.

The official ceremony took place at Tokyo-Narita International Airport. The first three Lufthansa A380s were named after Lufthansa’s two German hubs – “Frankfurt” and “Munich” and the A380 destination “Beijing”.

"With this naming we would like to express our thanks to our customers and partners in Japan who have made us the number one European airline in one of the world’s strong growth regions. With this acknowledgement we confirm our engagement in Asia and will also continue to make investments for growth and innovations here in future”, said Christoph Franz.

The “Tokyo” is the only Lufthansa aircraft up to now which was not - as is the usual tradition – baptized with champagne, but rather with Japanese “Sake” wine. In accordance with the Japanese tradition, Governor Isihara and Christoph Franz, together with Ambassador Volker Stanzel, broke open a barrel of Sake with a wooden hammer for the new aircraft, in order to welcome Tokyo’s new flying ambassador. Governor Shintaro Ishihara then "baptized" the aircraft. Christoph Franz said: “From today this aircraft will fly as a further symbol of German - Japanese friendship”.

Japan was the first market worldwide to be served by the new Lufthansa flagship A380 since 10th June 2010 – in the meantime, with daily flight connections. Christoph Franz reported very positive results of the first months of the flight operations: “The A380 is efficient, environmentally-friendly and, with its low noise level, not only pleasant for the passengers, but also contributes to reducing noise pollution at heavily-used airports like Tokyo-Narita and Frankfurt. Quality, economic efficiency and also the environmental performance of the aircraft are trend-setting”.

150 years of German-Japanese friendship

Japan and what was then Prussia signed a friendship and trade agreement in Edo (today’s Tokyo) on 24th January 1861. As a result, official trade relations between Japan and Germany were initiated. Both countries today count among the world’s leading national economies.

Patrons of the “Germany-Japan: 150 years of Friendship” celebrations are the German Federal President Christian Wulff and Japan’s Crown Prince Naruhito. The anniversary year was already opened with an official ceremony on 16th October 2010. Further highlights in 2011 are a German-Japanese Rock Festival as well as the Japanese- German Youth Summit in August. The German Embassy is organizing a German Festival in Tokyo in October as a grand finale.

50 years Lufthansa in Japan

On 24th January 1961 Lufthansa initiated its East Asian scheduled services to Japan (Frankfurt - Tokyo) and thus laid the foundations for an important extension of the intercontinental route network. What at that time was the world’s largest passenger aircraft, a Boeing 707, covered the 15,000 kilometres to the Japanese metropolis of Tokyo in 25 hours with up to seven stops. Since 1969, further flights between Osaka and Frankfurt, since 1991 between Nagoya and Frankfurt and since 2002 between Tokyo and Munich, have been added to Lufthansa’s network to and from Japan. For more than 50 years now, Lufthansa has been consolidating its position as the leading European airline in Japan and, in the forthcoming summer flight schedule 2011, together with SWISS and Austrian Airlines, it will offer 82 flights per week between Japan and the Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich and Vienna hubs.

The proportion of Japanese passengers on flights to and from Japan is over 70 percent. Furthermore, a comparison of Lufthansa capacity on the routes between Japan and Germany, from an initial 35,000 seats per year to over one million seats in 2011, clearly reflects the dynamic and successful development of air traffic between the two countries over the last 50 years.

The long-standing and very successful cooperation with its Japanese Star Alliance partner All Nippon Airways ANA is extremely important for Lufthansa. Lufthansa offers its customers codeshare flights in the ANA network on three international and 16 national routes. Lufthansa and ANA are steadily improving and extending their cooperation for the benefit of the customers of both airlines.
In its Lufthansa configuration, the Airbus A380 has a total of 526 seats. The totally new First Class with eight luxurious seats on the upper deck stands for individuality, optimal comfort and technical innovation, making travelling even more pleasant. Also on the upper deck is the Lufthansa Business Class with 98 seats. On the main deck 420 seats in the Economy Class offer more comfort than ever with impressive spaciousness.
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Old January 31st, 2011, 02:36 PM   #1224
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Old January 31st, 2011, 04:22 PM   #1225
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Les Echos: Lagardere charged with insider trading
31 January 2011
Les Echos

French media and industrial conglomerate Lagardere has been charged with insider trading because of the sale of shares in EADS prior to the announcement of delays in its A380 development programme in 2006.

Judges Serge Tournaire and Xavier Blanc interrogated Lagardere executives. The probe involves individuals and legal entities.

In 2009, stock market regulator AMF ruled that Lagardere had not committed any insider trading in the sale of part of its EADS shares.

Abstracted from an original article in Les Echos (Le groupe Lagardère mis en examen pour délit d'initié dans l'affaire A380) by Marie-Josee Cougard.
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Old January 31st, 2011, 06:07 PM   #1227
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Lufthansa Bows A380 Service to San Francisco

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Lufthansa announced last week that it will be the first airline to offer scheduled Airbus A380 service to San Francisco with daily flights between Frankfurt and the "City by the Bay" beginning May 10, 2011. Flight LH455 will leave San Francisco at 2:20 p.m. and arrive in Frankfurt at 10:05 a.m. the following day; the return flight LH454 will depart Frankfurt at 9:35 a.m. and arrive back into San Francisco International Airport at 11:55 a.m. Staring today, flights are available for booking on www.lufthansa.com with rates from San Francisco to Frankfurt starting at $549 (one way fare based on roundtrip purchase; including taxes).

"San Francisco has been a US stronghold for Lufthansa for more than 50 years," said Jens Bischof, Vice President, The Americas for Lufthansa. "I applaud the airport's management for their dedication in becoming A380-ready. It demonstrates our shared commitment to serving the global travel needs of the area's active business community while embracing the environmental advancements of the A380. Very soon, Europe's most highly regarded airline will serve SFO with the industry's most advanced aircraft to date."

"Lufthansa's announcement that it will begin regularly scheduled A 380 service between Frankfurt and SFO is great news, not only for the airport but for the entire Bay Area," said San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee. "The economic windfall generated by international flights such as Lufthansa's new service spreads throughout the entire region in the form of jobs and local revenues. I congratulate Lufthansa on bringing the first regularly scheduled A 380 to San Francisco International Airport."

For over 50 years, Lufthansa and its partner airlines have served west coast travelers with flights to Germany and convenient one-stop connections to Europe and beyond; currently to more than 400 destinations. In addition to daily flights to Frankfurt, Lufthansa also operates daily flights from San Francisco to its Munich hub and in 2010, Swiss International Air Lines introduced daily flights to Zurich. By bringing the Airbus A380 to San Francisco, Lufthansa will increase its number of seats offered daily by approximately 30 percent.


The Airbus A380 is the world's most fuel-efficient aircraft, burning about 12 percent less fuel than other wide-body jet, and is approximately 30 percent quieter than the current generation of wide-body aircraft. Currently, Lufthansa provides A380 service to Tokyo, Beijing and Johannesburg, and will begin service to New York's JFK airport on February 28. The airline has ordered a total of 15 A380 aircraft, all scheduled for delivery by 2015. This will make Lufthansa the largest A380 operator in Europe.

Lufthansa's A380 is configured with 526 seats and features the airline's new First Class product. Located on the upper deck, this space is the quietest cabin in commercial aviation and boasts an air humidification system - the first of its kind to be installed on a commercial aircraft - that improves air humidity to help fight off jet lag. Two large, luxurious bathrooms with separate changing and lavatory areas offer enhanced personal space and storage. The cabin's eight generously proportioned, ergonomic seats measure 6'9" feet in length and 2'7" feet in width and provide the ultimate in comfort and innovation for an exceptional travel experience.

Also located on the upper deck is the award-winning Business Class cabin with 98 seats featuring improved functionality, including more storage and a power supply that works with all worldwide connections.

The main deck is home to an impressively spacious Economy Class cabin. Each of the 420 seats features an in-seat video screen, an optimized ergonomic design and a slimmer seat back that adds two inches of personal space per passenger.

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Old January 31st, 2011, 11:15 PM   #1228
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Only 8 First Class seats? That's it?
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Old February 1st, 2011, 05:43 AM   #1229
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A380 Airport Club



This is a club exclusively for Airports world-wide receiving A380's, currently with 20 members

Auckland Airport (AKL), New Zealand
Airlines: Emirates (EK)
Destinations: Sydney (SYD), Dubai (DXB)

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), Kingdom of Thailand
Airlines: Emirates (EK), Korean Air (KE)
Destinations: Dubai (DXB), Hong Kong (HKG), Seoul (ICN)

Beijing Capital Airport (PEK), China PRC
Airlines: Emirates (EK), Lufthansa (LH)
Destinations: Dubai (DXB), Frankfurt (FRA)

Dubai International Airport (DXB), United Arab Emirates
Airlines: Emirates (EK)
Destinations: Seoul (ICN), Bangkok (BKK), Hong Kong (HKG), Beijing (PEK), Jeddah (JED), London (LHR),
Manchester (MAN), Paris (CDG), Toronto (YYZ), Sydney (SYD), Auckland (AKL), Shanghai (PVG)

Frankfurt Rhein-Main-Flughafen (FRA), Germany
Airlines: Lufthansa (LH)
Destinations: Tokyo (NRT), Beijing (PEK), Johannesburg (JNB), New York (JFK), San Fransisco (SFO)

Hong Kong International Airport (HKG), Hong Kong SAR
Airlines: Emirates (EK), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Korean Air (KE)
Destinations: Bangkok (BKK), Dubai (DXB), Singapore (SIN), Seoul (ICN)

Jeddah King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED), Saudi Arabia
Airlines: Emirates (EK)
Destinations: Dubai (DXB)

Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport (JNB), South Africa
Airlines: Lufthansa (LH), Air France (AF)
Destinations: Frankfurt (FRA), Paris (CDG)

London Heathrow International Airport (LHR), United Kingdom
Airlines: Emirates (EK), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Qantas (QF)
Destinations: Dubai (DXB), Singapore (SIN), Melbourne (MEL), Sydney (SYD)

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), United States of America
Airlines: Qantas (QF), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Korean Air (KE)
Destinations: Melbourne (MEL), Sydney (SYD), Tokyo (NRT), Singapore (SIN), Seoul (ICN)

Manchester Airport (MAN), United Kingdom
Airlines: Emirates (EK)
Destinations: Dubai (DXB)

Melbourne Tullamarine Airport (MEL) , Australia
Airlines: Singapore Airlines (SQ), Qantas (QF)
Destinations: Singapore (SIN), Los Angeles (LAX), London (LHR)

New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), United States of America
Airlines: Air France (AF), Emirates (EK), Lufthansa (LH), Korean Air (KE)
Destinations: Paris (CDG), Dubai (DXB), Frankfurt (FRA), Seoul (ICN)

Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), France
Airlines: Air France (AF), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Emirates (EK)
Destinations: Tokyo (NRT), New York (JFK), Johannesburg (JNB), Singapore (SIN), Dubai (DXB), Montreal (YUL), Washington (IAD)

Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN), Singapore
Airlines: Singapore Airlines (SQ), Qantas (QF)
Destinations: Sydney (SYD), Zurich (ZRH), Hong Kong (HKG), London (LHR), Melbourne (MEL), Tokyo (NRT), Paris (CDG), Los Angeles (LAX)

Seoul Incheon International Airport (ICN), Korea Republic
Airlines: Emirates (EK), Korean Air (KE)
Destinations: Dubai (DXB), Hong Kong (HKG), Tokyo (NRT), Bangkok (BKK), New York (JFK), Los Angeles (LAX)

Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD), Australia
Airlines: Emirates (EK), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Qantas (QF)
Destinations: Dubai (DXB), Auckland (AKL), Singapore (SIN), Los Angeles (LAX), London (LHR)

Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT), Japan
Airlines: Air France (AF), Lufthansa (LH), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Korean Air (KE)
Destinations: Paris (CDG), Frankfurt (FRA), Singapore (SIN), Los Angeles (LAX), Seoul (ICN)

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), Canada
Airlines: Emirates (EK)
Destinations: Dubai (DXB)

Zürich International Airport (ZRH), Switzerland
Airlines: Singapore Airlines (SQ)
Destinations: Singapore (SIN)

Indicates Future Airlines/Destinations

Future Members: Washington (IAD), Montreal (YUL), Shanghai (PVG), San Fransisco (SFO)
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Old February 1st, 2011, 06:37 AM   #1230
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How about CZ's 388, seemingly AMS will get this metal in the near future!

CAN definitely will get A388 in the future.
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rumor:MEX will be next destination for AF's 388 after IAD and YUL.
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Only 8 First Class seats? That's it?
Think some 747s I've been on have about the same number, but they take up a lot of space already at the front of the cabin.
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Airbus to join Qantas case
2 February 2011
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AIRBUS is poised to intervene in Qantas's legal action against Rolls-Royce for damages arising from a mid-air engine explosion involving an A380 aircraft.

The maker of the superjumbo has filed two affidavits and been granted leave by Justice Steven Rares to file a motion in the Federal Court in Sydney today. It is understood Airbus will ask the court to keep secret its contracts with Qantas.

Qantas launched the claim in December against Rolls-Royce, the maker of the Trent 900 engines on the A380s, to try to stymie any bid to shift the matter to British courts if talks over a commercial settlement break down. Rolls-Royce's lawyers have failed to attend hearings.

All but one of the flagship aircraft returned to service last month. They were grounded after the emergency on November 4. Analysts estimate the grounding could cost the airline up to $207 million — $70 million in repairs and $137 million in lost revenue.

Qantas claims written advice from Rolls-Royce in 2000 and 2001 was "misleading or deceptive". It was told the Trent 900s would not have to be replaced "at any point before the end of the projected useful engine life".
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It's obviously not a thread about rumours, so mentioning CZ, AMS and MEX is pointless.
But Lufthansa already announced FRA-SFO starting May, as well as Korean Air announce ICN-JFK and ICN-LAX starting during the summer (guess it was August)...
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Think some 747s I've been on have about the same number, but they take up a lot of space already at the front of the cabin.
All LH 747s have 16 F seats, located in the upper deck. As they will be refitted with the new F product (and Y with AVOD which the 747 fleet is currently lacking, as well as soon to be introduced new J), this number will be reduced to 8, too, but F will remain in the upper deck.
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For 2011, 28 deliveries was scheduled by Airbus.
But for now, only one aircraft have been delivered (Qantas MSN055 I think).
Is there any plans to accelerate deliveries soon to achieve this goal ?
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It's obviously not a thread about rumours, so mentioning CZ, AMS and MEX is pointless.
But Lufthansa already announced FRA-SFO starting May, as well as Korean Air announce ICN-JFK and ICN-LAX starting during the summer (guess it was August)...
Only airports that have been confirmed by the airline will be placed on, but no doubt hubs for the airline receiving A380's will be on. CAN should be an A380 Airport Club member by years end.

Yes! I thought I missed something, so SFO has been confirmed by LH?
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This plane is one of the most beautiful I've seen I love
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Lufthansa names A380 after its first destination “Tokyo”
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The official ceremony took place at Tokyo-Narita International Airport. The first three Lufthansa A380s were named after Lufthansa’s two German hubs – “Frankfurt” and “Munich” and the A380 destination “Beijing”.(...)
The next two A380 were named Johannesburg (D-AIME) and Zürich (D-AIMF).
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