Lufthansa’s special flights to India and return have been cancelled at very short notice by the airline. The airline blames the Indian regulators for not renewing their slots, while the regulators state that they are willing to offer enough flights in terms of reciprocity to Lufthansa.
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Air Canada will resume their Indian operations in the coming days, as it gets permissions in place to operate green lane flights to India from August 15, 2020, onwards.
Lufthansa will resurrect their Indian operations in the coming days, as it gets permissions in place to operate green lane flights to India from August 13, 2020, onwards.
Lufthansa has avoided bankruptcy with 98% of the voters voting for the airline to take a bailout package from the German government in exchange of a 20% share of the airline.
The CoronaVirus crisis is causing cuts at one of the biggest airlines around the globe. Lufthansa has decided to ground a large chunk of their A380, 747-400 and A340 fleet, apart from cuts across group airlines, closing down one brand and grounding many single aisle aircraft as well.
Lufthansa, as one of the biggest aviation groups globally, is planning to take unprecedented steps to counter the CoronaVirus has on its financials. The airline plans to cancel up to 50% of their flights and ground their entire A380 fleet in the coming days.
Lufthansa, in a bout of expansion, has decided to add flights between Munich and Bangalore in the coming days, with the first flight taking off in the 2020 Summer Schedule between the two cities.
Lufthansa will no longer fly the A380 to Delhi from January 2020. Instead, it will fly a 747-400 without a first class cabin. Good news is, Lufthansa will roster a premium heavy 747-8 featuring a first class cabin on this route from March 29, 2020.
At the 2019 Lufthansa Capital Markets Day, Lufthansa may have slipped the cat out of the bag about the new Premium Economy seat for their Boeing 777X planes. Here are the details.
The Lufthansa Fleet ordered 20 A350 and 20 787-9. Lufthansa group already has 13 A350, 2 777-300ER and 20 777-9 yet to be delivered, and will now lose the A380s.
Lufthansa is taking time off for the holidays, by reducing flights from most Indian stations to Germany in the period of December 25 to January 1. Air France is scaling down operations for the holidays as well.