Lufthansa is looking to China to generate a fifth of its Asia/Pacific revenue within five years, Executive VP-Marketing Thierry Antinori told Reuters. According to the report, Lufthansa booked €2.1 billion ($2.54 billion) in passenger revenue from the Asia/Pacific last year, accounting for about 20% of its total revenue. The airline operates 41 weekly flights from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong to Frankfurt and Munich and currently China contributes roughly one-sixth of ...

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