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Deutsche Lufthansa


1. Introduction

Deutsche Lufthansa is generally acknowledged as the Lufthansa. It is recognized as one of the flag carriers and one of the biggest German airlines. It is also one of five founding star member alliance. In essence, the group comprises of more than 700 aircraft that make it one of the biggest air fleet of the world.  The airline was founded in year 1953 and becomes one of the biggest European airlines. The operating hub ranged from Frankfurt Airport to Munich Airport. Lufthansa airline flies about 220 destinations where 18 are local and 81 are international. 

 

The few international destinations ranged from Africa, Europe, Middle East, and South & North America. Lufthansa airline strives towards the quality leadership and continuously identifying and deploying the measures for refinement of customer services. The company introduces the first cloud solution for its website that enables the airline to fulfill the needs of customers in cost effective manner and faster development of new version in future. The key figures and revenue of Lufthansa airline are shown in following chart.


2.Alliance Membership (Star alliance, one world, sky team)

Network Alliance

The business segment of Network Alliance consists of Lufthansa German Airlines, Austrian Airlines and SWISS Airline. Lufthansa German Airlines is following the multiple hub strategy where Network Airlines are offering the premium and high quality products along with comprehensive network of route integrated with maximum level of flexibility in travel. The traffic trends in region are shown in following chart.


3. History of Lufthansa

In 1926, the history of Lufthansa traces, when Deutsche Luft Hansa A.G was shaped in Berlin.  The struggle to create a new national airline, a company named Aktiengesellschaft fur Luftverkehrsbedarf (Luftag). Lufthansa's main aircraft was provided in August 1954. On 6 August 1954, Luftag acquired the name and logo of the paid Deutsche Lufthansa for DM 30,000.

 


 

Lufthansa won approval to start scheduled domestic flights in 1 April 1955. International flights started arranged 15 May 1955, to London, Paris, and Madrid, fifteen Lufthansa 1049Gs and 1649s left Germany each week to Canada and the United States in August 1958, three 1049Gs a week flew to South America. Three flew to Tehran and one to Baghdad.

 

Lufthansa ordered four Boeing 707s. In 1958 and in March 1960, continuing jet flights from Frankfurt to New York City. In 1962, Far East ways were long outside Bangkok, Thailand to Hong Kong and Tokyo. Lagos, Nigeria and Johannesburg, South Africa were more. The first foreign Lufthansa introduce customer was Boeing airplane.

 


 

On 26 April 1970, Lufthansa started with a Boeing 747 flying. On 12 November 1973, it was followed by the introduction of the DC-10-30, and in1976, the first Airbus A300. In 1979, Lufthansa and Swissair come to be launch customers for the Airbus A310 through an order for twenty-five airliners.

 

The company's fleet innovation programmer for the 1990s created on 29 June 1985, with an demand for fifteen Airbus A320s and seven Airbus A300-600s. a few days later, ten Boeing 737-300s were ordered. All were brought between 1987 and 1992. 

 

Lufthansa organized with Air France, Iberia, and Scandinavian Airline Lufthansa approved a new corporate identity in 1988.On 28 October 1990, 25 days after recombination, Berlin turn into a Lufthansa target yet again. 

 


 

Lufthansa and Air One became a partner airline in 2000 and Lufthansa till Alitalia bought Air One. Lufthansa announced an order for 15 Airbus A380 superjumbos with 10 more options on 6 December 2001.In June 2003, Lufthansa released Terminal 2 at Munich's Franz Josef Strauß Airport to relieve its main hub, Frankfurt, Lufthansa became the launch buyer for the Connection by Boeing in-flight online connectivity service, on 17 May 2004 .In 2003, the application of a new auctions plan initiated by then-incumbent Executive Vice President Thierry kind the company fit for the digital time the rise of new digital delivery platforms on the other hand. 

 

Swiss International Air Lines was purchased by Lufthansa's holding company on 22 March 2005. Lufthansa retained an order for 20 Boeing 747-8s, becoming the launch customer of the passenger model on 6 December 2006. Lufthansa purchased Austrian Airlines with the agreement of the European Commission in September 2009.

 

On 11 June 2010, Airbus A380 service between Frankfurt and Tokyo (Narita) happening. In September 2013 Lufthansa Group announced its biggest demand, for the 59 wide-body aircraft prized more than 14 billion euros at list prices. 

 


 

On 4 December 2017, Lufthansa became the first European airline to take the impressive Sky tax. Lufthansa and other airlines like British Airways and American Airlines accepted a application from Beijing to list Taiwan as part of China in March 2018.In March 2019 Lufthansa orderly 20 Boeing 787-9 and additional 20 Airbus A350-900 for its own and expansion. Also, the airline announced it would sell six A380 aircraft back to Airbus, opening in 2022.

 

4. Present Inventory of Lufthansa

The Fleet Strategy of Lufthansa intends for the standardization and reduction in number of aircraft models. The fleet size can be flexibly adapted towards demand variation. In addition, the extensive network route is continuously optimizing. Fleet strategy intends for the reduction and standardization of different model of aircraft models. Aircraft from Boeing and Airbus comprises of mainstream of fleet. Additionally, aircraft from Embraer and Bombardier can also be deployed for short and moderate haul routes. The details of fleet are shown in following charts.

 

Aircraft

In service

Orders

Airbus A319-100

26

Airbus A320-200

54

Airbus A320neo

21

94

Airbus A321-100

20

Airbus A321-200

43

Airbus A321neo

5

35

Airbus A330-300

15

Airbus A340-300

17

Airbus A340-600

17

Airbus A350-900

15

30

Airbus A380-800

14

Boeing 747-400

13

Boeing 747-8I

19

Boeing 777-9

20

Boeing 787-9

20

Total

300

199

 

5. Airports & Terminals Served by Lufthansa

In its destination network, Lufthansa operates four types of lounges: first class lounges, senators and corporate lounges. The Welcome Lounge is open to luxury travelers with Lufthansa Group and the United Airlines only. The departure lounger is available either by a travel tier or Miles and More / Stern Alliance rank.

 


 

In turn, at Frankfurt Airport, Lufthansa runs a separate first-class facility. The only way to access Lufthansa First Class, first class Lufthansa Group and members of HON Circle is to leave the first of its kind. The terminal has a full service restaurant, a full bar (cigar lounge), rest rooms and also bathrooms. Approximately 200 employees care for around 300 passengers a day at the terminal. Mercedes-Benz S-Klass, Porsche Cayenne, Porsche Panamera or Mercedes-Benz V-Class take guests directly to their departing flight.

 

6.  Hubs of Lufthansa

In Germany and Europe, Lufthansa is a strong regional carrier, but its vast intercontinental network is what makes it one of the world's biggest airlines. The Africa network of Lufthansa is more restricted because of the better coverage in West Africa of its wholly-owned affiliate, Brussels Airlines. In the Middle East, CIS and Levant, however, Lufthansa is very strong. 

 


 

Throughout North America, but not so much in Latin America, Lufthansa is very popular. In previous years, it has represented amongst other markets Caracas and Santiago de Chile. With joint venture agreements with All Nippon, Air China and Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa's Asia network is strong.

The long-haul Lufthansa network from Munich is equally impressive. In fact, there are some routes from Munich, but not from Frankfurt, such as Charlotte and Montreal (although CityLine does). The route from Frankfurt to Munich is not long, and is from Düsseldorf to Newark.

 

7.  Famous routes of Lufthansa

Effective September 2019, flights to 18 national destinations and 193 regional goals in 81 countries across Africa, the USA, Asia and Europe will fly for Lufthansa via Lufthansa Local (but excluding all other leaders of our Lufthansa Group).

 

Country/Region

City

Albania

Tirana

Algeria

Algiers

Constantine

Mohamed Boudiaf International Airport

Angola

Luanda

Argentina

Buenos Aires

Armenia

Yerevan

Australia

Melbourne

Sydney

Sydney Airport

Austria

Graz

Innsbruck

Innsbruck Airport

Klagenfurt

Klagenfurt Airport

Linz

Linz Airport

Salzburg

Salzburg Airport

Vienna

Vienna International Airport

Azerbaijan

Baku

Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua

Bahamas

Nassau

Bahrain

Manama

Bangladesh

Dhaka

Belarus

Minsk

Belgium

Brussels

Bolivia

La Paz

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo

Brazil

Campinas

Recife

Recife/Guararapes–Gilberto Freyre International Airport

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport

São Paulo

São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport

Bulgaria

Sofia

Cameroon

Douala

Canada

Calgary

Montreal

Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

Ottawa

Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport

Toronto

Toronto Pearson International Airport

Vancouver

Vancouver International Airport

Cape Verde

Sal

Chile

Santiago

China

Beijing

Guangzhou

Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport

Nanjing

Nanjing Lukou International Airport

Qingdao

Qingdao Liuting International Airport

Shanghai

Shanghai Pudong International Airport

Shenyang

Shenyang Taoxian International Airport

Colombia

Bogota

Croatia

Dubrovnik

Rijeka

Rijeka Airport

Split

Split Airport

Zadar

Zadar Airport

Zagreb

Zagreb Airport

Cyprus

Larnaca

Czech Republic

Brno

Prague

Václav Havel Airport Prague

Democratic Republic of Congo

Kinshasa

Denmark

Aalborg

Billund

Billund Airport

Copenhagen

Copenhagen Airport

Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo

Ecuador

Guayaquil

Quito

Mariscal Sucre International Airport

Egypt

Cairo

Equatorial Guinea

Malabo

Eritrea

Asmara

Estonia

Tallinn

Ethiopia

Addis Ababa

Finland

Helsinki

Kittilä

Kittilä Airport

Turku

Turku Airport

France

Bastia

Bordeaux

Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport

Lille

Lille Airport

Lyon

Lyon–Saint-Exupéry Airport

Marseilles

Marseille Provence Airport

Montpellier

Montpellier–Méditerranée Airport

Nantes

Nantes Atlantique Airport

Nice

Nice Côte d'Azur Airport

Paris

Charles de Gaulle Airport

Orly Airport

Resumes 16 March 2020

Rennes

Rennes Airport

Saint-Tropez

La Môle – Saint-Tropez Airport

Strasbourg

Strasbourg Airport

Toulouse

Toulouse–Blagnac Airport

Gabon

Libreville

Georgia

Tbilisi

Germany

Berlin

Bremen

Bremen Airport

Cologne/Bonn

Cologne Bonn Airport

Dortmund

Dortmund Airport

Dresden

Dresden Airport

Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf Airport

Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main International Airport

Friedrichshafen

Friedrichshafen Airport

Hamburg

Hamburg Airport

Hanover

Hanover Airport

Leipzig/Halle

Leipzig/Halle Airport

Munich

Munich Airport

Münster

Münster Osnabrück International Airport

Nuremberg

Nuremberg Airport

Paderborn

Paderborn Lippstadt Airport

Rostock

Rostock-Laage Airport

Stuttgart

Stuttgart Airport

Westerland

Sylt Airport

Ghana

Accra

Greece

Athens

Heraklion

Heraklion International Airport

Rhodes

Rhodes Airport

Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki International Airport

Zakynthos

Zakynthos Airport

Hong Kong SAR, China

Hong Kong

Hungary

Budapest

Debrecen

Debrecen International Airport

Iceland

Reykjavík

India

Bangalore

Chennai

Chennai International Airport

Delhi

Indira Gandhi International Airport

Hyderabad

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport

Kolkata

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport

Mumbai

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

Pune

Pune Airport

Indonesia

Denpasar

Jakarta

Soekarno–Hatta International Airport

Iran

Mashhad

Tehran

Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport

Iraq

Baghdad

Erbil

Erbil International Airport

Ireland

Dublin

Knock

Ireland West Airport

Shannon

Shannon Airport

Israel

Eilat

Eilat

Ramon Airport

Tel Aviv

Ben Gurion Airport

Italy

Ancona

Bari

Bari Airport

Bergamo

Orio al Serio International Airport

Bologna

Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport

Cagliari

Cagliari Elmas Airport

Catania

Catania-Fontanarossa Airport

Elba

Marina di Campo Airport

Florence

Florence Airport

Genoa

Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport

Lamezia Terme

Lamezia Terme International Airport

Milan

Milan Linate Airport

Milan

Milan Malpensa Airport

Naples

Naples International Airport

Olbia

Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport

Palermo

Falcone Borsellino Airport

Perugia

Perugia San Francesco d'Assisi – Umbria International Airport

Pisa

Pisa International Airport

Rome

Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport

Trieste

Friuli Venezia Giulia Airport

Turin

Turin Airport

Venice

Venice Marco Polo Airport

Verona

Verona Airport

Ivory Coast

Abidjan

Jamaica

Kingston

Japan

Nagoya

Osaka

Kansai International Airport

Tokyo

Haneda International Airport

Jersey

Jersey

Jordan

Amman

Kazakhstan

Almaty

Nur-Sultan

Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport

Kenya

Nairobi

Kuwait

Kuwait City

Latvia

Riga

Lebanon

Beirut

Libya

Tripoli

Lithuania

Vilnius

Luxembourg

Luxembourg City

Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur

Maldives

Malé

Malta

Luqa

Mauritius

Port Louis

Mexico

Cancún

Mexico City

Mexico City International Airport

Moldova

Chişinău

Morocco

Agadir

Casablanca

Mohammed V International Airport

Marrakech

Marrakesh Menara Airport

Tangier

Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport

Namibia

Windhoek

Nepal

Kathmandu

Netherlands

Amsterdam

Rotterdam

Rotterdam The Hague Airport

New Zealand

Auckland

Nigeria

Abuja

Lagos

Murtala Muhammed International Airport

Port Harcourt

Port Harcourt International Airport

Norway

Bergen

Oslo

Oslo Gardermoen Airport

Stavanger

Stavanger Airport

Tromsø

Tromsø Airport

Trondheim

Trondheim Airport

Oman

Muscat

Pakistan

Karachi

Lahore

Allama Iqbal International Airport

Panama

Panama City

Paraguay

Asuncion

Peru

Lima

Philippines

Manila

Poland

Gdańsk

Katowice

Katowice International Airport

Kraków

Kraków John Paul II International Airport

Łódź

Łódź Władysław Reymont Airport

Lublin

Lublin Airport

Poznań

PoznańŁawica Airport

Rzeszów

Rzeszów–Jasionka Airport

Warsaw

Warsaw Chopin Airport

Wroclaw

Copernicus Airport Wrocław

Portugal

Faro

Funchal

Cristiano Ronaldo Airport

Lisbon

Lisbon International Airport

Oporto

Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport

Puerto Rico

San Juan

Qatar

Doha

Republic of the Congo

Pointe-Noire

Romania

Bucharest

Cluj-Napoca

Cluj International Airport

Sibiu

Sibiu International Airport

Timisoara

Traian Vuia International Airport

Russia

Kazan

Moscow

Domodedovo International Airport

Nizhny Novgorod

Nizhny Novgorod International Airport

Novosibirsk

Tolmachevo Airport

Perm

Perm International Airport

Rostov-on-Don

Rostov-on-Don Airport

Saint Petersburg

Pulkovo Airport

Samara

Kurumoch International Airport

Sochi

Sochi International Airport

Ufa

Ufa International Airport

Yekaterinburg

Koltsovo International Airport

Saudi Arabia

Dammam

Jeddah

King Abdulaziz International Airport

Riyadh

King Khalid International Airport

Senegal

Dakar

Serbia

Belgrade

Singapore

Singapore

Sint Maarten

Philipsburg

Slovakia

Bratislava

Slovenia

Ljubljana

South Africa

Cape Town

Johannesburg

O. R. Tambo International Airport

South Korea

Busan

Seoul

Incheon International Airport

Spain

Alicante

Barcelona

Barcelona–El Prat Airport

Bilbao

Bilbao Airport

Ibiza

Ibiza Airport

Jerez de la Frontera

Jerez Airport

Las Palmas

Gran Canaria Airport

Madrid

Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport

Málaga

Málaga Airport

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca Airport

Pamplona

Pamplona Airport

Santiago de Compostela

Santiago Airport

Seville

Sevilla Airport

Valencia

Valencia Airport

Sri Lanka

Colombo

Sudan

Khartoum

Sweden

Gothenburg

Stockholm

Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Switzerland

Geneva

Zürich

Zürich Airport

Switzerland

Basel

France

Mulhouse

Germany

Freiburg

Syria

Aleppo

Damascus

Damascus International Airport

Taiwan

Taipei

Tanzania

Dar es Salaam

Thailand

Bangkok

Tunisia

Tunis

Turkey

Ankara

Antalya

Antalya Airport

Bodrum

Milas–Bodrum Airport

Bursa

Yenişehir Airport

Istanbul

Istanbul Airport

Izmir

Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport

Turkmenistan

Ashgabat

Uganda

Kampala

Ukraine

Donetsk

Kiev

Boryspil International Airport

Lviv

Lviv International Airport

Odessa

Odessa International Airport

United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi

Dubai

Dubai International Airport

United Kingdom

Aberdeen

Birmingham

Birmingham Airport

Bristol

Bristol Airport

Cardiff

Cardiff Airport

Edinburgh

Edinburgh Airport

Glasgow

Glasgow Airport

Inverness

Inverness Airport

London

London City Airport

London

London Heathrow International Airport

Manchester

Manchester Airport

Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle Airport

Newquay

Newquay Cornwall Airport

United States

Anchorage

Atlanta

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Austin

Austin–Bergstrom International Airport

Boston

Logan International Airport

Charlotte

Charlotte Douglas International Airport

Chicago

Chicago O'Hare International Airport

Dallas

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Denver

Denver International Airport

Detroit

Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Houston

George Bush Intercontinental Airport

Los Angeles

Los Angeles International Airport

Miami

Miami International Airport

Newark

Newark Liberty International Airport

New York City

John F. Kennedy International Airport

Orlando

Orlando International Airport

Philadelphia

Philadelphia International Airport

Phoenix

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Portland

Portland International Airport

San Diego

San Diego International Airport

San Francisco

San Francisco International Airport

San Jose

San Jose International Airport

Seattle

Seattle–Tacoma International Airport

Tampa

Tampa International Airport

Washington, D.C.

Washington Dulles International Airport

Uruguay

Montevideo

Uzbekistan

Tashkent

Venezuela

Caracas

Vietnam

Hanoi

Ho Chi Minh City

Tan Son Nhat International Airport

Yemen

Sana'a

Zimbabwe

Harare

 

 

 

8. In-flight Services 

Lufthansa also serves porcelain dishes in the Premium Economy Class and welcome passengers. And the free range of drinks and meals in Economy Class is always high. The extensive food offers at Lufthansa complements children's menus and special meals.

 


 

Specific dishes and beverages based on the period and destination of your flight are required on Lufthansa short and medium-haul paths. Lufthansa long-haul flights provide a detailed range. Then, you also have treats.

 

Internet on board Lufthansa FlyNet offers a range of new options, irrespective of whether you want to work or relax. Just send an email to colleagues, or search for a gift for your parents, via the WhatsApp to your family at your exact arrival time. Your connectivity opportunities with Lufthansa FlyNet are absolutely limitless. 

 


 

 

Today, in growing flights throughout Europe, from and to North Africa and the Near East, Lufthansa provides the latest, high-performance FlyNet. Regardless if you have to send business e-mails or just want to talk via messenger with your family–FlyNet also allows you to enjoy broadband internet over the clouds.

 


 

The entertainment in Lufthansa inflight ensures the best entertainment on board. Current blockbusters, movie classics, music and games guarantee a diverse flight. Sit back and enjoy the entertainment program of Lufthansa. See you on board at home for your favorite film. You'll find fun previews, reviews and information on the latest entertainment bid in the new online entertainment guide.

 


 

The travel classes of Lufthansa presented the services that are specifically customized and tailored with basic requirement across entire classes. The onboard menu shows the experience selection of food and beverages during worldwide flights as well as enjoyment of fine dining.

9. Baggage Policy

First and Business class travelers are permitted two portable bags. Economy class and Premium Economy class travelers are allowed one portable luggage. Assistive gadgets and external pieces of clothing don't consider individual things. All lightweight baggage must fit in the overhead receptacle or under the seat before you and hold fast to the accompanying prerequisites: 

 

Most extreme Dimensions of Carry-on Luggage: 55cm x 40cm x 23cm/22in x 16in x 9in (length x width x tallness) 

 

Most extreme Weight of Carry-on Luggage: 8 Kg/18 lb

 


The maximum size is 158 cm (width + height + depth) per luggage unless marked. Baggage objects bigger or smaller than or in relation to the permissible size and weight or the free baggage charge shall be carried at a flat rate as excess baggage. Things weighing over 32 kg are transported for a charge by air freight.

 

10.Pet Policy (domestic pets)

The transport can be transported either as additional hand-baggage in the passenger cabin or as an extra luggage in the air conditioned cargo hold of the airline aircrew depending on the type, weight and size of your animal and the relevant national laws. Lufthansa Cargo also carries these species as well as other species as an air freight. For assistive dogs, special rules apply. 


 

Please note, that it is not possible to transport large animals to certain destinations due to local conditions and restrictions. Please note: Please contact our service center for this information.

11.         Unaccompanied Minor Policy

Children aged 5 to 11 can not fly with us except if they use the special service of Lufthansa or if they are flying with someone who is 12 or older. Children between the ages of 12 and 17 years and up can, however, also receive attention on request from their parents, who travel alone.


If accompanied by an adult aged at least 16 years, children under the age of 5 are not allowed to travel. Unaccompanied children's fares may only be booked online. They can only be booked through Lufthansa, the travel agency or the airport ticket office of Lufthansa.

 

12. Senior citizen or disabled passenger’s assistance


Lufthansa supports elderly travelers or other special needs. Help is given during planning, on board flight and at your destination for an open air journey. Specific health breaks, guide dogs and support for workers on board or on baggage are provided, and facilities for blind, deaf and elderly passengers include personal safety updates. There are on-board bathrooms for all planes.

13. Airline policy for emotional support animals


It is now simpler than ever to fly with your pet, because most airline companies have policies which require the animals to travel by air. Lufthansa Airlines is a great choice if you travel with an animal, as a flexible pet policy is available to dogs, cats and other authorized animals.  Animals are licensed, depending on the size, weight, category of animals and other requirements, to ride in the cabin or cargo hold.