Key data on sustainability within the Lufthansa Group
You will find further information on sustainability within the Lufthansa Group at: www.lufthansa.com/responsibility Order your copy of our Annual Report 2011 at: www.lufthansa.com/investor-relations
The new Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental
The new Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental is the advanced version of one of the world’s most successful commercial aircraft. In close cooperation with Lufthansa, Boeing has developed an aircraft that is optimized not only in terms of comfort but also in all dimensions of climate and environmental responsibility. The fully redesigned wings, extensive use of weight-reducing materials and innovative engine technology ensure that this aircraft’s eco-efficiency has again been improved significantly in comparison with its predecessor: greater fuel efficiency, lower emissions and significant noise reductions (also see page 27). The “Queen of the Skies,” as many Jumbo enthusiasts call the “Dash Eight,” offers an exceptional travel experience in all classes of service, especially in the exclusive First Class and the entirely new Business Class. In this way, environmental efficiency and the highest levels of travel comfort are brought into harmony. Lufthansa has ordered 20 aircraft of this type.
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Source: Lufthansa Annual Report 2011 Values 2011 do not include bmi (see “About this report” on page 5); comparative 2010 value adjusted for bmi. 3 For the reporting year 2011 the following companies are included: Lufthansa German Airlines (including Lufthansa Italia and Lufthansa Regional: Lufthansa CityLine, Air Dolomiti, Eurowings, Contact Air, Augsburg Airways), Lufthansa Cargo, SWISS (including Edelweiss Air), Austrian Airlines and Germanwings. Excluding the share of third parties as Lufthansa can influence neither performance nor the equipment used (see also table “Share of third parties” on page 66). 4 Types of flights taken into account: all scheduled and charter flights. 5 Values do not include bmi. 6 See also table “Fuel consumption” on page 66. 7 The emissions values 2010 (excluding CO2) were corrected as a calculation error occurred in the preceding year. 8 Companies referred to as in 3, but including the services of third parties, as these contribute to the Group’s results. Types of flights as in 4, but including ferry flights, as these represent costs. 9 Balance: segments (operational perspective); Annual Report: distance (customer perspective); one distance can include several segments, e.g. in the event of stops en route. 10 Balance: on the basis of all passengers aboard; Annual...
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