Source: Aviation Week Network Fleet Discovery database
Work” and the transformation of business travel. Te
plan is to publish key fndings in a whitepaper and implement them as a test project.
Similarly, LIH is collaborating with coworking ofce
space supplier We Work to research innovations
in business travel and establish projects at We-Work and Lufthansa locations.
LIH is in discussions with Singapore’s Changi
Airport and Munich Airport Terminal 2 as potential partners for the test projects.
“Future technologies such as … virtual reality will disrupt the way people travel for work.
While fying is still the core of Lufthansa Group
and bringing people together, we must evolve
along with the way people meet,” Lufthansa VP-digital strategy and MD-LIH Singapore Christian Langer said.
LIH will open a third ofce in Shanghai later
Training is another Lufthansa signature. Luf-
thansa Aviation Training (LAT) is expanding its
Austria-based training center with two additional
Airbus A320 full-fight simulators (FFSs). Con-
struction is set to begin in April and should be
completed in 1Q 2020. LAT will invest a total of
€ 20 million ($22.8 million) in the project.
LAT has FFSs based in Vienna, comprising two Airbus A320s, one Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 and one Embraer E195 simulator.
LUFTHANSA’S GROWING FLEET
Airbus A380-800 14
Airbus A350-900 12 13
Airbus A340-600 18
Airbus A340-300 10
Airbus A330-300 18
Airbus A321neo 40
Airbus A321-100/200 64
Airbus A320neo 16 68
Airbus A320-200 71 6
Airbus A319-100 30
Boeing 777-9X 20
Boeing 747-8 19
Boeing 747-400 13
As of Jan. 31, Lufthansa’s feet comprised 285
aircraft with 147 on order.