Please find below the latest updates from the Lufthansa Group.
Lufthansa submits offer to acquire a stake in ITA
Lufthansa is aiming to acquire a stake in the Italian national carrier ITA Airways. To this end, a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by Lufthansa and the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance. For Lufthansa Group, Italy is the most important market outside of its home markets (Austria, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland) and the US.
Management change at Brussels Airlines
Peter Gerber has stepped down from his post as CEO of Brussels Airlines on January 31. Christina Foerster, member of the Lufthansa Group Executive Board, will take over the airline’s leadership on an interim basis. She knows Brussels Airlines well, having served there as CCO from 2016 and as CEO between 2018 and 2020.
First SAF delivery to Brussels Airlines
At the beginning of 2023, the NATO pipeline that supplies Brussels Airport with kerosene was opened for the transport of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). This is an important milestone to increase the use of sustainable fuels at Brussels Airlines in the coming years and to reduce CO? emissions.
Brussels Airlines reconnects Loïc Dablé and Yvonne Nelson with loved ones
If there’s one life lesson we learned from the past pandemic, it’s that being surrounded with good people is simply vital. Whether it’s at home with our loved ones, at work with great colleagues, in school with lovely friends or up 35,000 feet with a helpful and hospitable crew. Good company goes a long way.
The new marketing campaign of Brussels Airlines “Being in good company is vital” features Ivorian/French chef Loïc Dablé and Ghanaian actress and producer Yvonne Nelson. In the commercials, we see both of them paying a tribute to and connecting with a person that changed their life for the better. While they talk about these persons, we follow them until they reach their final destination: the home of the person they love and owe so much to.
View the commercials below:
• Commercial with Loïc Dablé
• Commercial with Yvonne Nelson
Brussels Airlines has a long tradition of flying from and to the African continent. The airline has developed a real passion for the continent and offers to 17 destinations in sub-Saharan Africa. And with the other Lufthansa Group carriers, an additional 14 destinations in Africa are covered.
Brussels Airlines Uganda
Contact : Uganda@brusselsairlines.com