Lufthansa Makes More Fleet, Staff Cuts

Lufthansa is now highly unlikely to bring back the Airbus A380 into revenue service.
Credit: Joe Pries
FRANKFURT—Lufthansa decided to deepen the cuts to its fleet and staffing levels Sept. 21 after determining that air transport is not recovering as fast as it had hoped. The airline will now permanently reduce its fleet by 150 aircraft—including wet-lease arrangements—following an executive board...

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