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Lufthansa

IATA Code
ICAO Code
IATA Prefix
Callsign
IATA Member
LH
DLH
220
 
Yes

Lufthansa Airbus A320-200
Deutsche Lufthansa AG
Lufthansa Aviation Centre
60546 Frankfurt
GERMANY

Tel.: +49 69 696 0
Fax: +49 69 696 95428
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.lufthansa.com

Type: Scheduled, charter, international, regional, domestic, pax, cargo
Owner: Institutional investors (58.92%); Private shareholders (36%); BlackRock (5.08%)
Shareholdings: Lufthansa CityLine (100%); Germanywings (100%); Lufthansa Cargo (100%); Austrian (100); Swiss (100%); Eurowings (99.91%); Aeropostal (70%); SunExpress (50%); JetBlue (19%); Luxair (13%); BMI (100%)
Base: Frankfurt (FRA)
Hubs: Dusseldorf (DUS); Zurich (ZRH); Munich (MUC); Vienna (VIE)
Start of ops: March 1926
Alliances: Star Alliance; Adria Airways, Aegean Airways, Air Canada, Air China, Air Dolomiti, Air India, Air Malta, Air Moldova, Air New Zealand, ANA, Austrian, Avianca, Azerbaijan Airlines, Blue1, Cirrus Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Egyptair, Ethiopian, JAT Airways, JetBlue, LOT, Luxair, Qatar Airways,SAS, Singapore Airlines, SAA, Swiss, TAAG, TACA, TAM, TAP Portugal, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, United, US Airways
Lufthansa operates this equipment: Executives:
  • 10 x Airbus A380-800 (+4 planned)
  • 22 x Boeing 747-400
  • 9 x Boeing 747-8 (+11 planned)
  • 24 x Airbus A340-300
  • 24 x Airbus A340-600
  • (25) x Airbus A350-900
  • 195 x Airbus A330-300
  • 33 x Airbus A319-100
  • 62 x Airbus A320-200 (+39 planned)
  • (60) x Airbus A320 NEO (planned)
  • 20 x Airbus A321-100
  • 42 x Airbus A321-200 (2 planned)
  • (40) x Airbus A321 NEO (planned)
  • 16 x Boeing 737-300
  • 19 x Boeing 737-500
  • 2 x Boeing 737-800
  • (30) x Bombardier CS100 (planned)
Chairman & CEO:
COO:
CFO:
EVP Fleet Management:
CIO:
Marketing Director:
Dr Christoph Franz
Carsten Spohr
Simone Menne
Nico Buchholz
Christoph Klingenberg
Reinhold Huber

Name Alias
IATA
Code
ICAO
Code
Country Base Dates
Lufthansa Deutsche Lufthansa
LH
DLH
Germany Köln; Frankfurt/Hamburg/Köln 1953-
Formed as Luftag, renamed 1954. Proposed alliance in 1959-1962 with Air France, Sabena, TAI, UAT, KLM under the Air Union name was abandoned. Created Atlas Group partnership in 1969 with Air France, Iberia, Alitalia, Sabena. Partially-privatized in 1992, remaining 35.7% stake owned by government sold in 1997. Formed Lufthansa Express division in 1992 for low-cost domestic ops (with same AOC), starting services in 10/92; reintegrated into mainline Lufthansa in 1994 (although some aircraft kept their Express titles for some additional months). Entered Star Alliance partnership in 1997. Expected to set-up a low-cost Italian subsidiary code-named Italianwings during fall 2006, re-launched in late 2008 as Lufthansa Italia (qv).
Deutsche Luft Hansa DLH Germany Berlin-Tempelhof 1926-1945
Formed on 6/1/1926 by merger of Deutsche Aero Lloyd and Junkers Luftverkehr, using assets of 1919-born Deutsche Luftrederei

Date
Aircraft
Registration
Location
Country
Fatal
Damage
14-Sep-93 Airbus A320-211 AIPN Warszawa-Okecie Airport (WAW) Poland
2
w/o
18-Oct-83 Boeing 747-230F ABYU Hong Kong-Kai Tak International Airport (HKG) Hong Kong
0
substantial
26-Jul-79 Boeing 707-330C ABUY 25 km N of Rio de Janeiro-Galeao International (GIG) Brazil
3
w/o
20-Nov-74 Boeing 747-130 ABYB Nairobi-Jomo Kenyatta International  (NBO) Kenya
59
w/o
20-Dec-73 Boeing 707-330B ABOT near Delhi India
0
w/o
28-Jan-66 Convair CV-440-0 ACAT 0,5 km (0.3 mls) SW of Bremen  (BRE) Germany
46
w/o
15-Jul-64 Boeing 720-030B ABOP near Ansbach Germany
3
w/o
04-Dec-61 Boeing 720-030B ABOK near Ebersheim Germany
3
w/o
11-Jan-59 Lockheed L-1049G Super Constel ALAK Tubiacanga Beach Brazil
36
w/o