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  • PICTURES: Star Alliance hails ‘smooth start’ at Heathrow’s T2

    More than 4,000 passengers used London Heathrow’s Terminal 2 in its first eight hours of operation, says Star Alliance.

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  • ANALYSIS: Lufthansa changes must continue as CEO preps to depart

    ​Lufthansa Group chief executive Christoph Franz is firm on the future of the German aviation group – change is...

  • Strike-hit Lufthansa slashes 22 April schedule

    Lufthansa has cancelled the majority of its flights on 22 April due to walkouts by ground staff at the airline as well...

  • Germanwings receives first A319 in new colours

    Germanwings has received the first aircraft, an Airbus A319, in the airline's new livery.

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  • Lufthansa management and pilots return to negotiating table

    News | 24 Oct 2014 15:15 | Michael Gubisch

    ​Lufthansa is restarting labour discussions with its pilots after the German flightcrew union Vereinigung Cockpit staged its eight walkout this year on 20-21 October.
  • ​Lufthansa to decide on long-haul low-cost unit in December

    News | 20 Oct 2014 10:17 | Graham Dunn

    Lufthansa will present its plans for its new low-cost long-haul venture at a board meeting in early December as it continues talks with Turkish Airlines over using its SunExpress joint venture as part of the project.
  • ​Lufthansa chief wary of 'wrong compromise' in labour dispute

    News | 20 Oct 2014 08:18 | Graham Dunn

    Lufthansa chief executive Carsten Spohr insists the airline will not be rushed into a "wrong compromise" as its attempts to restructure costs continue to stoke industrial unrest.
  • Germanwings pilots to strike today

    News | 16 Oct 2014 08:51 | Michael Gubisch

    Lufthansa pilots are planning to take industrial action at the group's low-cost operation Germanwings tomorrow.
  • Belgian and German airports must repay state aid

    News | 01 Oct 2014 10:33 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​Brussels Charleroi and Germany’s Zweibrucken airports must each repay illegal state aid, the European Commission has ruled.
  • ANALYSIS: Leisure carriers look to adapt to new markets

    News | 17 Sep 2014 13:39 | Oliver Clark

    In August, Monarch's chief executive Andrew Swaffield revealed that after 56 years operating as a leisure carrier, it plans to cease charter operations for good in 2015 and focus entirely on scheduled low-cost operations.