Lufthansa Group’s passenger airlines operated more efficiently in 2014, using an average of 3.84 liters of kerosene in 2014, to carry a passenger 100 km, a 1.6% improvement over the previous year (2013: 3.91 l/100pkm). Lufthansa Group’s passenger airlines include Lufthansa, Swiss International Air Lines, Austrian Airlines and Germanwings. The Group said it has again met the “demanding aerospace industry target of annual efficiency gains of 1.5%.”  The company ...

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