Lufthansa Group orders 80 new aircraft

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The Lufthansa Group has placed a major order with Airbus and Boeing. Specifically, the German airline has ordered 80 aircraft from Airbus and Boeing.

The Lufthansa Group was able to place major orders with Airbus and Boeing. The major order includes the purchase of 40 Airbus A220-300s and the purchase of 40 Boeing 737-8 Max. In addition, the German carrier secured 20 purchase options for the Airbus A220-300, 60 purchase options for the Boeing 737-8 Max and a further 40 purchase options on Airbus A320. The 40 Airbus A220-300s will primarily be used for Lufthansa City Airlines' flight operations; the first delivery of the A220-300s is scheduled for 2026. The Boeing 737-8 Max is scheduled to be delivered from the third quarter of 2027; the use of these aircraft will be defined in more detail at a later date. The current order has a list price of $XNUMX billion.

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