Lufthansa will use the introduction of the A380, which is scheduled to join the fleet in time for the summer 2009 schedule, as an opportunity to launch an all-new first class product across its long-haul fleet. LH Passenger Airlines Executive VP-Service and Human Resources Karl Ulrich Garnadt told ATWOnline in Munich that the 16 long-haul aircraft absent a first class cabin will be fitted "in the next 2-3 years," with the remaining 69 receiving the upgrade after it is introduced on the ...

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