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The Executive Board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG is informing investors and analysts today about the further development of its airline strategy. The planned actions should sustainably enhance Lufthansa Group’s value creation. A key element is a comprehensive set of measures to turn around Eurowings, which should be returned to profit as swiftly as possible and sustainably generate value for shareholders.


To enable shareholders to participate more substantially in the Group’s results, the current dividend policy shall be changed. In future, 20 to 40% of the Group’s net income should be regularly distributed to shareholders. In the medium term, the Group aims to raise its free cash flow to at least EUR 1 billion a year.


Various planned actions will be presented to analysts and investors today. These include:



  • Eurowings turnaround: a clear focus on short-haul point-to-point operations

  • Eurowings long-haul: transfer of commercial responsibility to the Network Organization

  • Eurowings flight operations: less complexity and higher productivity through a reduction to one AOC in Germany

  • Eurowings fleet: standardization on the Airbus A320 family

  • Eurowings costs: a 15% reduction in unit costs (CASK) by 2022

  • Brussels Airlines: no integration into Eurowings and closer alignment to the Network Airlines (further details in the third quarter of 2019)

  • Brussels Airlines: turnaround plan in the third quarter of 2019

  • Network Airlines: innovations in sales and distribution to make a structural growth contribution to raising unit revenues by 3% by 2022

  • Network Airlines: continuous 1 to 2% annual reduction of unit costs.


“With the airlines in our Group we are excellently positioned in our home markets, which are among the strongest in the world,” says Carsten Spohr, Chairman of the Executive Board & CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. “Our Group’s service companies are also world leaders in their fields. We want to translate this market strength even more consistently into sustainable profitability and value creation. And it is to this end that we are presenting concrete actions today which will enhance our efficiency and generate value for our shareholders. Because we don’t just want to be Number One for our customers and our employees: we want to be the first choice for our shareholders, too.”


The presentations of today’s Capital Markets Day will be available online here today from 10:30 CEST onwards.



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Lufthansa Group informs investors and analysts at its Capital Markets Day

 

24-JUN-2019

 

  • Eurowings to focus on short-haul services in future
  • Commercial responsibility for Eurowings long-haul services to be transferred to the Network Organization in future
  • Re-orientation of Brussels Airlines: closer alignment with Network Airlines; integration into Eurowings will not be further pursued
  • Change in dividend policy to enable shareholders to participate more in the Group’s success

The Executive Board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG is informing investors and analysts today about the further development of its airline strategy. The planned actions should sustainably enhance Lufthansa Group’s value creation. A key element is a comprehensive set of measures to turn around Eurowings, which should be returned to profit as swiftly as possible and sustainably generate value for shareholders.

To enable shareholders to participate more substantially in the Group’s results, the current dividend policy shall be changed. In future, 20 to 40% of the Group’s net income should be regularly distributed to shareholders. In the medium term, the Group aims to raise its free cash flow to at least EUR 1 billion a year.

Various planned actions will be presented to analysts and investors today. These include:

  • Eurowings turnaround: a clear focus on short-haul point-to-point operations
  • Eurowings long-haul: transfer of commercial responsibility to the Network Organization
  • Eurowings flight operations: less complexity and higher productivity through a reduction to one AOC in Germany
  • Eurowings fleet: standardization on the Airbus A320 family
  • Eurowings costs: a 15% reduction in unit costs (CASK) by 2022
  • Brussels Airlines: no integration into Eurowings and closer alignment to the Network Airlines (further details in the third quarter of 2019)
  • Brussels Airlines: turnaround plan in the third quarter of 2019
  • Network Airlines: innovations in sales and distribution to make a structural growth contribution to raising unit revenues by 3% by 2022
  • Network Airlines: continuous 1 to 2% annual reduction of unit costs.

“With the airlines in our Group we are excellently positioned in our home markets, which are among the strongest in the world,” says Carsten Spohr, Chairman of the Executive Board & CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. “Our Group’s service companies are also world leaders in their fields. We want to translate this market strength even more consistently into sustainable profitability and value creation. And it is to this end that we are presenting concrete actions today which will enhance our efficiency and generate value for our shareholders. Because we don’t just want to be Number One for our customers and our employees: we want to be the first choice for our shareholders, too.”

https://investor-relations.lufthansagroup.com/en/news/financial-news/investor-relations-financial-news/date/2019/06/24/lufthansa-group-informs-investors-and-analysts-at-its-capital-markets-day.html

Apresentação: https://investor-relations.lufthansagroup.com/fileadmin/downloads/en/charts-speeches/capital-markets-day-2019/capital-markets-day-2019-presentations.pdf

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O problema é que a W não funciona pra todas as empresas/mercados, pode canabalizar a J que já não anda grandes coisas (2.85 da J +cara pra Y +barata :shock: isso já foi acima de 4).

 

 

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Agora voltaram atrás de tornar a Brussels Airlines parte da Eurowings, continuará o que é.

Não entendi para onde irão os Long Haul da Eurowings, que será transferido para Network Organization , tá mas em que marca? Em que filial esses voos internacionais irão dentro dessa organização da malha? Vão virar voos LH ( não creio) , de certo cancelar?

Confuso

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Agora voltaram atrás de tornar a Brussels Airlines parte da Eurowings, continuará o que é.

Não entendi para onde irão os Long Haul da Eurowings, que será transferido para Network Organization , tá mas em que marca? Em que filial esses voos internacionais irão dentro dessa organização da malha? Vão virar voos LH ( não creio) , de certo cancelar?

Confuso

 

Network = LH/LX/WK/OS/SN. Como ela só tinha voos da Alemanha, deve ir tudo pra LH.

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Acho que agora a Eurowings pega no tranco, antes era uma colcha de retalhos.

 

Outra que em breve deve fazer uma consolidação é a IAG. Existem boatos de que a Vueling irá incorporar a LEVEL.

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Acho que agora a Eurowings pega no tranco, antes era uma colcha de retalhos.

 

Outra que em breve deve fazer uma consolidação é a IAG. Existem boatos de que a Vueling irá incorporar a LEVEL.

Nunca entendi a da level

Vueling já era uma low cost do grupo com a marca reconhecida e bem posicionada na Europa

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Nunca entendi a da level

Vueling já era uma low cost do grupo com a marca reconhecida e bem posicionada na Europa

Confesso que eu também não. Inicialmente seria só long-haul, porém eles abriram uma base em VIE que poderia ter sido aberta pela Vueling.

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Vão retrofitar esses A330 e A340 novamente? Me recordo que mudaram tudo quando os mesmos saíram da Lufthansa para ir para Eurowings

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Mas eles não sabem mesmo o que querem fazer com a Eurowings, junho disseram que somente a Brussels ( que viraria Eurowings mas agora já não sabem mais) assumiria o long haul da Eurowings, agora não só não cancelou como ampliarão e transferirão voos para Fra e MUC,deixando provavelmente Dûsseldorf para trás , como já fizeram com Colônia, ou seja, toda h muda

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LH já soltando umas promoções tenebrosas no GRU-MUC. Paguei R$1749 semana passada. Será que já é sinal de baixa nas vendas ou divulgação apenas (Assim espero)?

 

Ps.: passagens pro verão europeu, que costumam ser +4k.

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Mas eles não sabem mesmo o que querem fazer com a Eurowings, junho disseram que somente a Brussels ( que viraria Eurowings mas agora já não sabem mais) assumiria o long haul da Eurowings, agora não só não cancelou como ampliarão e transferirão voos para Fra e MUC,deixando provavelmente Dûsseldorf para trás , como já fizeram com Colônia, ou seja, toda h muda

 

No press release diz que o long haul na Eurowings será descontinuado em 2020, bem como a modernização e padronização das aeronaves narrow começará em 2021 com 4 aeronaves e mais 16 em 2022.

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No press release diz que o long haul na Eurowings será descontinuado em 2020, bem como a modernização e padronização das aeronaves narrow começará em 2021 com 4 aeronaves e mais 16 em 2022.

Isso foi em junho,agora postaram ampliação de voos internacionais

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