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Old Jan 18, 18, 9:19 am
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Found a nice overview of LH Group aircraft and what they are upto: https://sites.google.com/site/lhgroupfleet/home
very nice!!!
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Old Feb 8, 18, 12:41 am
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Lindsey Vonn and a significant section of the German Olympic team got delayed by LH in MUC last night:
https://www.kreiszeitung.de/sport/wi...96290.amp.html

LH 718 left with a 6 hour delay:
https://fr24.com/DLH718/105c805e
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Old Feb 20, 18, 10:19 am
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FC Bayern switched airline sponsors this week: after using Lufthansa for 16 years they chose Qatar as their new airline for about 10 million€ /yr. I suppose it was on the horizon, the Hamad Intl Airport was sponsoring FCB quietly since quite a while...

EW will continue to sponsor BVB and LH will remain sponsor of Eintracht Frankfurt.
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Old Mar 12, 18, 2:43 am
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Fleet update at MUCforum for the new season:

Originally Posted by MUCFLYER View Post
DTS Dedicated Tail Sign List LH Lufthansa Passage – KONT
Stand: laufender Monat März 2018 (ab 09.03.)

München (62)

A319 (14): D-AI.. BA, BB, BC, BE, BF, BG, LA, LB, LD, LE, LT, LU, LW, LY
A320 (18): D-AI.. PA, PB, PC, PE, PF, PK, PL, PR, QT, ZA, ZB, ZC, ZD, ZE, ZF, ZH, ZJ, ZM
A32V ceo (12):
D-AI.. UQ, UR, US, UT, UU, UV, UW, UX, UY, UZ, WA, WB
A321-100 83T MTOW (07):
D-AI.. RA, RB, RD, RK, RO, RW, RX
A321-200 85T MTOW (05):
D-AI.. DO, DP, DT, DW, DX
A321-200 89T MTOW (06):
D-AI.. DA, DB, DC, DD, DE, DF



Liegezeitenabdeckung MUC/FRA (04)
A319: LP

A321: SB, SC, SD


Frankfurt (106)

A319 (15): D-AI.. BD, BH, BI, BJ, LC, LF, LH, LI, LK, LL, LM, LN, LR, LS, LX
A320 (18):
D-AI.. PD, PH, PM, PP, PS, PT, PY, PZ, QA, QD, QF, QH, QU, QW, ZG, ZI, ZN, ZO
A32A (21):
D-AI.. UA, UB, UC, UD, UE, UF, UG, UH, UI, UJ, UK, UL, UM, UN, UO, UP, ZP, ZW, ZX, ZY, ZZ
A32V neo (10):
D-AI.. NA, NB, NC, ND, NE, NF, NG, NH, NI, NJ
A321-100/200 83/85T MTOW (26):
D-AI.. DQ, DU, DV, RC, RE, RF, RH, RL, RM, RN, RP, RR, RS, RT, RU, RY, SF, SG, SQ, SR, ST, SU, SV, SW, SX, SZ
A321-200 89T MTOW (16):
D-AI.. DG, DH, DI, DJ, DK, DL, DM, DN, SH, SI, SJ, SK, SL, SN, SO, SP

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DTS Dedicated Tail Sign List LH Lufthansa Passage – INTERKONT
Stand: laufender Monat März 2018 (ab 08.03)

München (36)
A359 (08): D-AI.. XA, XB, XC, XD, XE, XF, XG, XH

A33P (07): D-AI.. KA, KB, KC, KG, KJ, KK, KM eine Maschine operiert im Soloumlauf ex DUS
A346 (16): D-AI.. HA, HB, HD, HE, HF, HH, HI, HM, HN, HO, HP, HR, HS, HT, HU, HW / HM verkauft an LH-Technik
A380 (05): D-AI.. MB, MD, ME, MG, MH

Frankfurt (70)
A333 (12): D-AI.. KD, KE, KF, KH, KI, KL, KN, KO, KP, KQ, KR, KS
A343 (10): D-AI.. FC, FD, GL, GM, GN, GO, GS, GT, GU, GZ

A346 (07): D-AI.. HC, HK, HL, HV, HX, HY, HZ
B744 (13): D-AB.. TK, TL, VM, VO, VP, VR, VS, VT, VU, VW, VX, VY, VZ
B747-8 (19): D-AB.. YA, YC, YD, YF, YG, YH, YI, YJ, YK, YL, YM, YN, YO, YP, YQ, YR, YS, YT, YU
A388 (09): D-AI.. MA, MC, MF, MI, MJ, MK, ML, MM, MN


LH Jump (7)
CL 34Q: IFA, IFE, IFF, IGP, IGV, IGW
LH 34P: IGX


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Old Mar 13, 18, 6:17 pm
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Just passing through. I’m pretty pumped to checkout LH J in May. It will be a first for me
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Old Mar 14, 18, 6:01 am
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Originally Posted by In2ishn View Post
Just passing through. I’m pretty pumped to checkout LH J in May. It will be a first for me
Welcome to the LH/Miles & More forum! Enjoy your trip and please report back.
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Old May 28, 18, 6:29 am
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I am not sure if it was discussed somewhere, but this made me laugh. I could not find how many ducks are included in that price.
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Old May 28, 18, 6:44 am
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I am not sure if it was discussed somewhere, but this made me laugh. I could not find how many ducks are included in that price.
Yes, hardly a bargain & the Bathroom attendants are fiercely protective of the Ducks so don’t count on more than 1
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Old Jun 8, 18, 1:09 pm
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Delays/cancellations at FRA, 8 June 2018

There seem to be many delays and cancellations at FRA this evening. Does anyone know the reason?
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Old Jun 8, 18, 1:44 pm
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Possibly thunderstorms? Munich seems to be 'suffering' as well.

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Old Jun 8, 18, 1:47 pm
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ZRH was well closed for an hour, and given they're one of the top #3 hubs from LH group, I can see FRA getting some kind of "hit" by it as well..
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Old Sep 5, 18, 6:33 am
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KIX (Kansai International Airport near Osaka, Japan) closed by powerful typhoon

The airport which is on a man-made island was cut off when a tanker damaged the bridge linking it with the mainland. Runways were also severely hit by surging water, with some aircraft flooded up to their engines. Some 5,000 people including passengers and employees were stranded overnight.

LH operates a daily 744 service between FRA and KIX. LH741 (KIX-FRA) departed early on Tuesday (4th September) undoubtedly to make sure it got away before the typhoon hit the area. All subsequent LH740/LH741 have been cancelled and currently there is no information as to when the airport will reopen.

Meanwhile LH736 FRA-NGO today is operated by a 744 instead of the usual 343 presumably to meet increased demand. NGO is about 2 hrs to Osaka by train, compared to KIX which is about 70 mins to the city.
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Old Sep 5, 18, 7:07 am
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Originally Posted by NewbieRunner View Post
The airport which is on a man-made island was cut off when a tanker damaged the bridge linking it with the mainland. Runways were also severely hit by surging water, with some aircraft flooded up to their engines. Some 5,000 people including passengers and employees were stranded overnight.

LH operates a daily 744 service between FRA and KIX. LH741 (KIX-FRA) departed early on Tuesday (4th September) undoubtedly to make sure it got away before the typhoon hit the area. All subsequent LH740/LH741 have been cancelled and currently there is no information as to when the airport will reopen.

Meanwhile LH736 FRA-NGO today is operated by a 744 instead of the usual 343 presumably to meet increased demand. NGO is about 2 hrs to Osaka by train, compared to KIX which is about 70 mins to the city.
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Old Sep 5, 18, 9:19 am
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Originally Posted by mmff View Post
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Wow, very dramatic photographs. Thanks for sharing.

Would it be a correct assumption that ITM is also closed and/or not in a position to accept extra traffic?
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Old Sep 5, 18, 10:03 am
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Wow, very dramatic photographs. Thanks for sharing.

Would it be a correct assumption that ITM is also closed and/or not in a position to accept extra traffic?
ITM and UKB (Kobe) are not affected but ITM has not handled any international flights since KIX opened in 1994. I doubt if it can handle any additional traffic in any case.
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