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By William Wilkes 15 de fevereiro de 2021 Deutsche Lufthansa AG is in talks with planemakers about swapping some orders for larger aircraft to smaller long-distance models, helping to adapt its fleet to an enduring slump in intercontinental business travel as the coronavirus crisis upends demand. Europe’s largest airline group is in negotiations with Airbus SE and Boeing Co. about existing orders, with the manufacturers showing flexibility in the discussions, Chief Executive Officer Carsten Spohr said in a webinar Monday as part of the London School of Economics German Sy
May 8, 2020 Lufthansa Group held its first ever virtual annual general meeting on 05-May-2020, with around 10,000 shareholders dialling-in. Chairman and CEO Carsten Spohr had the unenviable task of ‘e-informing’ shareholders of the board’s vision to getting the company through coronavirus and what the future will look like when the virus recedes. The meeting’s introduction was a poignant reminder of what was, and what the company is fighting for in the coming months. Mr Spohr admitted it is a “bitter” feeling that 65 years of work building up Lufthansa’s traffic volume and global networ
MIAMI – The Lufthansa Group is considering bankruptcy under its own management amid reports of an alleged agreement for multi-billion state aid. The German government said this morning that as of yet there has not been an agreement on state aid. According to a report by the German Press Agency, the talks are not expected to end by the end of the week either, noting that with a company of this size, such aid must be used wisely. On a different front, the Swiss Lufthansa subsidiary Swiss, has apparently made progress, which, according to media reports, can expect state-guaranteed loans