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A340-600
D-AIHQ - ??JAN18
D-AIHA - 05DEC18
D-AIHR - ???????

A340-300
D-AIGD - 08JAN14
D-AIGH - 11FEB14
D-AIGF - 06MAR14
D-AIGI - 27OCT14

A330-300
D-AIKJ - 02SEP18

A321-231
D-AISE - 19DEC16

A320-211
D-AIPA - 30MAY19
D-AIPB - 25OCT19
D-AIPC - 28OCT19
D-AIPE - 07JAN20

B737-300
D-ABEA - 14JAN14
D-ABXU - 24FEB14
D-ABEW - 18MAR14
D-ABXY - 29APR14
D-ABXX - 10JUN14
D-ABEI - 08DEC15
D-ABEB - 01MAR16
D-ABED - 11OCT16
D-ABEH - 06NOV16
D-ABEN - 06NOV16
D-ABEK - 14DEC16
D-ABEC - 10JAN17

B737-500
D-ABIR - 19JAN14
D-ABIB - 04FEB14
D-ABIH - 09DEC14
D-ABIA - ??JAN15
D-ABIL - 21APR15
D-ABIU - 26AUG15
D-ABIY - 18NOV15
D-ABJB - 01DEC15
D-ABIR - 08DEC15
D-ABIF - 08DEC15
D-ABIS - 08DEC15
D-ABIP - 19JAN16
D-ABIT - 19JAN16
D-ABJB - 19JAN16
D-ABIX - 09FEB16
D-ABIN - 01MAR16
D-ABIW - 22MAR16

B747-400
D-ABVF - 14JAN14
D-ABTH - 18NOV14
D-ABTF - 11DEC14
D-ABVH - 30JUL15
D-ABVK - 14SEP15
D-ABVL - 14OCT15
D-ABVN - 21OCT15
D-ABVP - 04NOV20
D-ABVS - 01DEC20
D-ABVO - 17DEC20
D-ABVR - 21JAN21
D-ABVT - 10FEB21


CRJ701 (LH CityLine)
D-ACPB - 01APR14
D-ACPE - 01JUL14
D-ACPH - 13JAN15
D-ACPR - 19MAY15
D-ACPQ - 20OCT15
D-ACKG - 19JAN21
D-ACKC - 06FEB21

MD-11 (LH Cargo)
D-ALCO - 22JAN14
D-ALCP - 12MAY14
D-ALCR - 14AUG14
D-ALCS - 07JAN15
D-ALCG - 01FEB16
D-ALCM - 28OCT19
D-ALCN - 26NOV19
D-ALCF - 17DEC19
D-ALCJ - 12FEB20
D-ALCH - 19MAR20
D-ALCB - 09DEC20
D-ALCI - 28JAN21


ARJ-100 (LX)
HB-IXR - 02DEC14
HB-IXN - 06JAN15

A340-300 (LX)
HB-JMJ - 12OCT16
HB-JMK - 27APR17

A330-300 (SN)
OO-SFM - 03JAN19
OO-SFZ - 03FEB21

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Old Jan 23, 14, 10:20 am
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LUFTHANSA Fleet Retirement Registry (LH/OS/SN/LX/Cargo)

With fleet retirement beginning to ramp up, I though it may be a good use of space to have a dedicated thread to track aircraft as they are removed from the fleet.

Starting with:


LH Cargo MD-11 D-ALCO on 22 January (flying to TUL Technik today).
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Old Jan 24, 14, 2:31 am
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D-ABIR B735 left for soda can heaven Jan 19.
D-AIGD left on the 9th.
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Old Jan 24, 14, 3:00 am
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D-ABVF B744 on 14 January.
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Old Jan 24, 14, 3:11 am
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wiki maybe?
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Old Jan 24, 14, 3:14 am
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The part out and scrap plan for LH Mainline seems to be:

D-ABVF = Ausflottung 30.11.13
D-AIGD = Dez. 13 F08jan14
D-ABEA = Dez. 13
D-AIGH =Jan14
D-AIGP = Jan. 14
D-ABXU = Jan. 14
D-ABIB = Jan. 13
D-ABXX = Mrz 14
D-ABXY = Mrz 14
D-AIGF = Apr. 14
D-AIGI = Okt. 14

HT: http://www.mucforum.de/showthread.ph...l=1#post258360
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Old Jan 24, 14, 7:06 am
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Originally Posted by oliver2002 View Post
D-AIGD left on the 9th.
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D-AIGH =Jan14
...
D-AIGF = Apr. 14
D-AIGI = Okt. 14
Quite a few old friends here from my PHL-running days... <sniffle>

What kind of equipment does PHL get when last of the ancient 343s are gone...or does the PHL route go out with them...?
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Old Jan 24, 14, 7:08 am
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I'm sure LHFlyer can organise a date for you in TUP with LHT so you can swing a sledgehammer... PHL will get 2 class 343s with new C.
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Old Jan 24, 14, 7:16 am
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Originally Posted by oliver2002 View Post
I'm sure LHFlyer can organise a date for you in TUP with LHT so you can swing a sledgehammer... PHL will get 2 class 343s with new C.
Nah, I couldn't bring myself to do it (torturing an innocent airframe like that)..

New C will be a nice upgrade...(so I've heard )...
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Old Jan 24, 14, 11:51 am
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Originally Posted by oliver2002 View Post
I'm sure LHFlyer can organise a date for you in TUP with LHT so you can swing a sledgehammer... PHL will get 2 class 343s with new C.
I'll be there on 4/5 February and will see what we can and can't do as 'fans'. My understanding is that they are not geared for much exposure to the public. Hoping I can bring home a vertical stabilizer and test UA's oversized luggage policy. Especially when the stab is bigger than the ERJ.....

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Old Jan 24, 14, 1:19 pm
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Originally Posted by LufthansaFlyer View Post
I'll be there on 4/5 February and will see what we can and can't do as 'fans'. My understanding is that they are not geared for much exposure to the public. Hoping I can bring home a vertical stabilizer and test UA's oversized luggage policy. Especially when the stab is bigger than the ERJ.....
well, you could mount it on top of the fuselage to test the extra stiability it would provide...
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Old Feb 5, 14, 9:24 am
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D-ABIB is on its way to be soda can: http://flightaware.com/live/flight/DLH9924

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D-ABIB is on its way to be soda can: http://flightaware.com/live/flight/DLH9924
May I suggest that people add the aircraft type beside the registration for those less well versed? Just a thought for ease of future navigation...
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Old Feb 6, 14, 2:44 am
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OK, linked it to the airfleets.net entry.
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Old Feb 6, 14, 2:55 am
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Added a wiki post with what's been posted in this thread so far.
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Old Feb 6, 14, 11:30 am
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Here is the video. I was in TUL yesterday for her arrival as well as to pay final respects to 'CO'

D-ABIB Arrival - pardon the annoying dust spot.
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