As Lufthansa Group this week prepares to fly the remains of 30 victims of the March 24 Germanwings crash from France to Düsseldorf, the company continues to come to terms with what CEO Carsten Spohr called Sunday an “emotional shock” and Lufthansa’s “darkest hour.” “For the whole industry, it was quite a shock that this happened within the Lufthansa Group at [subsidiary] Germanwings,” Spohr said during a press conference at the IATA AGM in ...

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