As many of you already know, Lufthansa was the launch customer and most important client of the Boeing 737. Had the German airline not stuck to the project (taking 22 of the 30 -100s built), the most successful airliner of … Continue reading
Seeing the world from a jumpseat in the cockpit.
It has been a while since I last sat in the cockpit of an Airbus A321, after flying the type for about three years at the beginning of my career. So I was more than happy to say hello to … Continue reading →
One of the routes that has been in the network of Lufthansa Cargo for ever is the Frankfurt-Nairobi-Johannesburg-Nairobi-Frankfurt service. Except for Dakar and Cairo, these are the only destinations in Africa that the airline serves on a regular basis. Departure … Continue reading →
According to Wikipedia, Bush flying is defined as “aircraft operations carried out in remote, inhospitable regions of the world. Bush flying involves operations in rough terrain where there are often no prepared landing strips or runways”. This is most definitely … Continue reading →
Okay, it wasn’t THE last flight of an Avro Regional Jet for Lufthansa Cityline, but it was close! It was the aircraft that performed the last flight (which took place on 29th August 2012 from Cologne to Munich) and it … Continue reading →