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. 

28 Jun 2016
Lufthansa Cargo and Japan’s All Nippon Airways will extend their joint venture next month.
13 Jun 2016
Lufthansa Cargo, Europe’s largest all-cargo airline, said it will lay off hundreds of its 4,600-strong worldwide workforce.
12 May 2016
Lufthansa Cargo and Cathay Pacific have signed a partnership to operate a joint network.
12 Apr 2016
Europe’s leading air cargo carriers are continuing to post lower traffic figures month after month while their smaller rivals are still boosting their market shares.
17 Mar 2016
Lufthansa Cargo remained in the black for yet another year in 2015, overcoming the damaging impact of a pilots’ strike and growing oversupply in the global air freight market, while its main European rivals sank deeper into the red.
12 Jan 2016
Lufthansa Cargo retained its top ranking among Europe’s cargo airlines in 2015 even as traffic shrank 2.4 percent from the previous year and two more freighters are being taken out of service.
09 Dec 2015
Lufthansa and United Airlines plan to expand their current passenger partnership to cargo operations between Europe and the U.S.
29 Oct 2015
Lufthansa Cargo is heading for its first annual loss in six years after Europe’s largest freight airline sank into the red for the second consecutive quarter.
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16 Sep 2015
Russia’s AirBridgeCargo Airlines is pulling further ahead of its troubled European rivals as it continues to post double digit increases in traffic month after month.
05 Aug 2015
Lufthansa Cargo and its affiliate Swiss WorldCargo are introducing a new simplified pricing system for the winter season in response to “the volatility of external cost factors.”