After a billion loss in the second quarter, the Lufthansa group is no longer compulsory redundancies in Germany. The goal of the group was to avoid this, the company said on Wednesday at the presentation of the quarterly figures in Frankfurt. "Against the Background of the market developments in the global air transport and based on the progress of the negotiations to necessary crisis agreements with the social partners, this goal is no longer for Germany is realistic," it said further.
In the second quarter of this year, Lufthansa reported a net loss of 1.5 billion euros. Extensive costs would be able to compensate for reductions in the sales decline only in part, the company said. In comparison, year-on-year period, there have been 96 per cent fewer passengers. As a result, the offer had been reduced by 95 percent.
the group chief Executive Carsten Spohr said, the group expect that the demand for air travel before the year 2024 will again reach the level prior to the Corona-crisis. "We are witnessing a turning point of global aviation," said Spohr. The group have agreed a comprehensive restructuring programme with the title "ReNew", it said further. Provided is, among other things, the removal of 22,000 full-time.Updated Date: 06 August 2020, 11:20