Lufthansa Cargo

Headquarted in Frankfurt, Germany, Lufthansa Cargo employs around 4,500 people. The company serves 300 destinations in more than 100 countries utilizing its own assets. The company's primary hub is the Frankfurt Airport. In addition to a dedicated air freight fleet, the company uses spare belly space on Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines passenger planes. 

02 Nov 2016
Lufthansa Cargo on Wednesday posted its sixth consecutive quarterly loss, but it sees a brighter future ahead.
30 Jul 2015
Lufthansa Cargo’s five-year winning streak ended abruptly in the second quarter as it slumped to a 68 million euros ($74.8 million) operating loss from a 20 million euro profit a year ago.
09 Jul 2015
Lufthansa Cargo’s traffic shrank in June as the German carrier failed to sell all of its extra capacity, pushing its load factor close to a six year low as it braces for more pilot strikes.
10 Jun 2015
Lufthansa Cargo’s traffic dipped 1.4 percent in May as it failed to fill additional capacity, but the German carrier continued to outperform its main European rivals.
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29 Apr 2015
Lufthansa Cargo says it is delaying the construction of a new freight center at its Frankfurt hub “by at least two years.”
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12 Mar 2015
Lufthansa Cargo’s operating profit surged nearly 27 percent in 2014. The German carrier remained in the black for the fifth consecutive year despite a weak global air freight market that has pushed many of its rivals into the red.
15 Jan 2015
Frankfurt airport’s freight traffic increased just 1.7 percent in 2014, lagging growth at its main European rivals, as pilots at Lufthansa, its biggest customer, staged nine strikes through the year.
13 Jan 2015
Lufthansa Cargo is “cautiously optimistic” about its performance in 2015 after filling nearly 70 percent of its capacity in a fiercely competitive market last year, CEO Peter Greber said.
10 Dec 2014
Lufthansa Cargo managed to increase traffic in November despite ongoing strikes by pilots, while its leading European rivals posted lower volumes as they prepare to downsize their freighter operations.