Lufthansa is in no hurry to replace its fleet of 60 737-300s/-500s even though the aircraft have an average age of 14 years, Senior VP-Corporate Fleet Nico Buchholz told ATWOnline. "From a technical perspective, we don't have to talk about a fleet change now," Buchholz said, adding that Lufthansa would prefer to see "what will happen with the A320, which is already on the market for 16 years. . .and what Boeing intends to do with its 737NGs." Lufthansa plans to operate the 737s for at least ...

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