Lufthansa Group and Vereinigung Cockpit, the pilots’ union, have agreed on long-term collective pay and terms of employment. This pact applies to the pilots of Lufthansa Airline and Lufthansa Cargo.
Lufthansa first announced a new business class coming in 2017, sharing renderings which now return a 404 page error on their website. I would hazard a bet that these plans have been scrapped.
Lufthansa has shared the first images of its future 777-9 Business Class, with renderings of its new Recaro CL6710 seating. The trim and finish of… Read More »Lufthansa Offers Sneak-Peek at New 777-9 Business Class
If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by the stresses of the new year, Lufthansa has come up with the perfect escape: 10 soothing minutes of nothing but clouds.
Lufthansa has unveiled new cool blue Business Class amenity kits featuring luxury brand Jil Sander Navy, which will be offered to customers on inbound and outbound flights to Germany.
Lufthansa continues its Euro 2016 Fanhansa series with a 360º Summer Football adventure in its latest storytelling video–best appreciated with a Google cardboard viewer or on a Google Chrome browser.
Alitalia has been undergoing a makeover since Etihad acquired a controlling share, revamped the business, and put Etihad people in house to monitor the evolving situation. In fact, Alitalia has reduced its loses in 2015 by a respectable €381 million.
But it’s still losing money.
The airline indicates it is: “on track for profitability by 2017..[with] strong 2015 performance.”
Without a doubt, the Rimowa digital check-in luggage is a luggage fiend’s dream come true. But these Red Dot design award winners may not solve your biggest baggage problem.
This beautifully designed luggage is the collaborative project between luxury travel bag manufacturers Rimowa, Airbus, the manufacturers of the super sleek A350 who build other nifty planes too, and ever-stylish Lufthansa.
Two In The Cockpit Rule, After Germanwings 4U9525 Tragedy This Is Where It Stands and Why It Matters
If the Rule of Two is a practice for some airlines, why is not a requirement for every airline? Would the Rule of Two have helped in Germanwings 4U9525?
The New York Times has published a report, quoting an anonymous Senior Military Official, who claims that the cockpit voice recorder on the A320 which flew 4A9525 reveals that one of the pilots was locked out of the cockpit of the aircraft. We look at related facts already on the record.
Aviation in Europe and around the world is in mourning as we are confronted with the terrible tragedy of the crash of Germanwings flight 4U9525… Read More »After the Tragedy of Germanwings 4U9525, We Are Left With Questions and Grief
This morning’s announcement of codeshare plans between SAS and Etihad Airways has very interesting implications for the Northern European travel market, and for Europe’s aviation industry as a whole.
The Fanhansa LH 2014 champion plane lands in Berlin-Tegel after an eleven hour flight from Copacabana. Officer Uwe Strohdeicher and his 22 crew members landed this morning… Read More »Fanhansa Gold: Lufthansa Celebrates Bringing World Cup Champions Home with Gilded Livery
Fans of the Cleveland Browns are in a lather over their rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel getting “stuck” in the middle seat on a recent flight on… Read More »Are Cleveland Browns Fans Guilty of Seat Snobbery?