Lufthansa Group will use about two-thirds of the long-haul order it plans to place later this year for replacement and the remaining third for growth, says Juergen Weber, chairman of the carrier’s supervisory board. Weber will not disclose the number of jets the airline plans to order, but says that at the very least it will be sufficient to replace the Airbus A340 and Boeing 747-400 aircraft in its fleet. The carrier currently has 48 A340s and 25 747-400s in service. In March, ...

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