Lufthansa will look at several aircraft types for its upcoming campaigns to replace Airbus A340-300s and A340-600s, with Boeing 787-9, -10X and the 777-9X possible candidates to compete with the Airbus A350-900 and -1000. The German carrier is in the process of renewing its large widebody fleet, and already is replacing its 30 747-400s with a combination of 17 A380s and 20 747-8s. The first 747-8 arrived last month and made its first revenue flight on June 1 on the Frankfurt-Washington ...
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