Airline in Germany Indicates Enough Pilot Supply

Lufthansa, Germany’s flag carrier and the country’s largest airline, said that it still has extra pilots, flight attendants, and aircraft which includes 14 A380s currently parked in Spain.

“We have not pushed ourselves to our operational limits when it comes to capacity. We are aiming for healthy yield management,” said Chief Executive, Carsten Spohr during Lufthansa Group’s First Quarter Results call with Analysts.

But Mr. Spohr did mention that the industry was facing challenges “The upcoming summer will be a major operational challenge for the whole industry,”.“Last week, total bookings exceeded 2019 levels for the first time,” Spohr said, adding that April 26 was the strongest day for bookings since the pandemic began. “Customers are increasingly confident that the crisis is over.”

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