Lufthansa Reenacts Photos from Its 60 Years of International Travel

On June 8, 1955, Lufthansa's first international flight arrived in New York marking the birth of the airline's long-haul services. The airline began its operations with two long-haul flights per week from Germany to New York in a Lockheed 1049 "Super G" Constellation. The trip took 20 hours, which...

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