Lufthansa Cargo would consider giving up some or all of its fleet of 19 freighters if night flights are banned at Frankfurt, CEO Carsten Spohr told Reuters. A German court recently ruled that the Hesse state government should decide on whether to reduce or ban night flights. The state made a reduction to 17 flights per night part of its agreement to permit construction of a fourth runway at FRA in 2011. LH said it would require 23 nightly flights by 2020 for both passenger and cargo service, ...

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