Lufthansa Technik says it is planning to start installing brand-new cabins in Lufthansa’s fleet of long-haul aircraft in late 2012. About 80 aircraft, including Airbus A380-800s, Airbus A340-300/600s, Boeing 747-400s and Boeing BBJ 737-800s, are part of the modification project that will include both dual-class and three-class configurations. The airline hints that it will announce more details in the next few weeks. “There are big changes in the near future,” says Bernhard ...

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