Lufthansa has grounded three Airbus A340-600s, as the carrier reduces its summer schedule following weaker travel demand. “Compared to summer 2015, we have had to adjust the timetable; therefore, we do not need all the aircraft,” Lufthansa spokesperson Thomas Jachnow told ATW in Frankfurt. The three A340-600s have been withdrawn from service and are parked at an airport in Spain. “Our fleet management will evaluate several opportunities. For example, if there is a market ...

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