Lufthansa Passenger Airlines will reduce its 2014 ASK growth by more than 50% and will remove five aircraft from its European network and three from intercontinental routes in the 2014/15 winter timetable period.  Lufthansa chairman and CEO Carsten Spohr said during a Wednesday press briefing the move is part of a series of actions needed to achieve its 2014/2015 financial goals. Spohr said the aircraft to be removed “includes our oldest Boeing 747-400 and oldest Airbus A340-300 ...

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