Lufthansa. The largest airline in Europe. Seat maps, reviews and photos of the aircrafts


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The aero-concern Lufthansa is the major airline company of Europe and is the fifth one in the world with the carried passengers number. Its home port is Dusseldorf Airport (Airport Dusseldorf EDDL). Its major hubs (gateway airports) are located in Munich and Frankfurt on the Main.

The airline company realizes hundreds of daily flights all over the world and its annual passenger traffic is about 100 million people. It is very good.

Group of companies «Lufthansa» is constantly expanding. For instance, it has portions and shares in many european airline companies: Austrian Airlines (part of Star Alliance), Germanwings (low-cost), UIA, Swiss Airlines, Brussels Airlines and in many others.

How many cities includes the airline company’s route network remains debatable. There are hundreds of them.

In 1997 Lufthansa together with four large airline companies of the world formed the aviation alliance «Star Aliance».

Today it includes about 30 airline companies with general annual passenger traffic of 700 million people and it is the greatest in the world.

Reviews about “Lufthansa”

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4.5

Number of reviews: 4

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Recommend
75%

Airplanes rating

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Company ratings and achievements

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"Lufthansa" takes 22 place in "AIRLINE SAFETY RATING 2018" by JACDEC.
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Lufthansa aircrafts

As of September 15, 2018 "Lufthansa" operates a mainline fleet of 286 airplanes, 2 more are ordered. The average age of planes is 12.0 years.

The oldest aircraft is Airbus A320-200, with reg.number D-AIPD. It is 29.1 years old. The newest one is Airbus A320neo, with reg.number D-AINM. It is - 0.1 years old

Lufthansa’s fleet. Photos and planes seat maps

Airbus A319-100 – 30 aircrafts
Airbus A319-100 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-AIBI - 6.0 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AILA - 22.2 years

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Airbus A319-100 +
Airbus A320-200 – 70 aircrafts
Airbus A320-200 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-AIWB - 1.3 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AIPD - 29.1 year

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Airbus A320-200 +
Airbus A320-200neo – 14 planes

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  • The newest one – D-AINL - 0.1 year
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AINA - 2.8 years

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Airbus A320neo +
Airbus A321-100 – 20 aircrafts
Airbus A321-100 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-AIRY - 19.9 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AIRH - 25.2 years

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Airbus A321-100 +
Airbus A321-200 – 43 aircrafts
Airbus A321-200 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-AIDX - 3.6 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AISB - 19.0 years

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Airbus A321-200 +
Airbus A330-300 – 18 aircrafts
Airbus A330-300 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-AIKS - 4.6 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AIKB - 14.7 years

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Airbus A330-300 +
Airbus A340-300 – 15 aircrafts
Airbus A340-300 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-AIFF - 16.8 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AIGL - 22.5 years

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Airbus A340-300 +
Airbus A340-600 – 20 aircrafts
Airbus A340-600 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-AIHZ - 9.4 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AIHA - 15.1 year

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Airbus A340-600 +
Airbus A350-900 – 12 planes

  • Seat map Airbus A350-900 “Lufthansa”
  • Photos of the Airbus A350-900 “Lufthansa”
  • The newest one – D-AIXI - 0.4 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AIXA - 1.8 years

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Airbus A350-900 +
Airbus A380-800 – 14 planes
Airbus A380-800 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-AIMM - 3.9 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-AIMA - 8.9 years

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Airbus A380-800 +
Boeing 747-400 – 13 planes
Boeing 747-400 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-ABTL - 16.6 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-ABVO - 22.4 years

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Boeing 747-400 +
Boeing 747-800 – 19 aircrafts
Boeing 747-800 Lufthansa
  • The newest one – D-ABYU - 3.5 years
  • The oldest aircraft – D-ABYA - 6.6 years

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Boeing 747-8 +

Decommissioned

Boeing 737-300
Boeing 737-300 Lufthansa

Boeing 737-500
Boeing 737-500 Lufthansa

Official website – www.lufthansa.com