Lufthansa Cargo is cutting capacity 10% in January to reflect a slowdown in demand. The company will terminate a wet-lease agreement with World Airways for two MD-11Fs and one Boeing 747-400F, and says the flying will be taken over by 747-400ERFs operated by Jade Cargo International. The airline will continue to operate all of its own 19 MD-11Fs, but those aircraft will fly fewer hours than previously planned. Half of Lufthansa Cargo’s freight is carried in Lufthansa passenger ...

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