Wobei, diesen konnte er sich locker leisten. Lufthansa in Zusammenhang mit dem Wort Konkurs zu bringen, ist derzeit so ziemlich das Absurdeste, was man sich in der deutschen Wirtschaft vorstellen kann. Denn dem Unternehmen geht es nach schwierigen Jahren so gut wie nie zuvor. Im Jahr 2017 hat der Konzern den höchsten Gewinn seiner Geschichte erreicht.
Lufthansa is forced to slow down its 2018 capacity expansion, as the airline struggles to find additional aircraft and discovers the build-up of low-fare unit Eurowings is taking longer than expected. CEO Carsten Spohr said March 15 the group plans to add around 7% capacity this year, which is down from an earlier target of 8%. A combination of factors, all operational, are behind the slowdown in what is still a buoyant market. “We have a shortage of aircraft capacity,” Spohr ...
Lufthansa’s supervisory board has extended the contract of the group’s CEO Carsten Spohr by five years, assuring continuity at Europe’s largest airline. Spohr became a member of the executive board in 2011 running the passenger airline division initially. He was named CEO of the group in 2014 and has led the company through tumultuous times.
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Selecting a term
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