Lufthansa said its 33 very large aircraft (VLA)—the Airbus A380 and Boeing-747-8I—is a good number for the company but does not expect to add more, Lufthansa Group chairman & CEO Carsten Spohr told ATW in Warsaw. “For many years we had 30 large aircraft [Boeing 747-400s]; now we have 10% more [in terms of large aircraft capacity],” Spohr said. Lufthansa will continue to operate several 747-400s in a two-class configuration into the next decade. Spohr said he is ...

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