Lufthansa executive board member and chief officer-hub management Harry Hohmeister
Lufthansa Group said it plans to become the “most digital aviation group” in 2017, chairman and CEO Carsten Spohr said at the company’s digital aviation forum Jan. 10. To kick off the plan, the German company has begun the next phase of testing Lufthansa FlyNet internet access, initially on five Airbus A320s each at Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines. The trial, which begins Jan. 10 with plans for a full market launch within the 2017 first quarter, will include free service ...
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