New Lufthansa livery, touring Germany and Europe (plane spotters alert)

On February 11th, Lufthansa will officially launch the new livery. To mark this moment, Boeing 8-747i (D-ABYA) and Airbus A8-321 (D-AISP) will operate several special flights under the new color scheme.

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Spotlights and Lufthansa fans, get your cameras ready to capture Lufthansa aircraft in the new livery! On February 8, Boeing 747-8i (D-ABYA) and Airbus A321-200 (D-AISP) aircraft, which are painted in new Lufthansa livery, touring through Germany and Europe.

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New Lufthansa livery

Boeing 747-8i (D-ABYA) will fly in a tour over Germany, while Airbus A321-200 (D-AISP) will fly to Milan and Paris.

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Boeing 747-8i (D-ABYA) Tour

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The Boeing 747-8i (D-ABYA) tour will include flights to 10 airports in Germany. The LH9988 flight will take off from Frankfurt to 08: 30 and return to 17: 00. During this time, the aircraft will land and operate lowpasses over 10 airports in Germany.

LH9988: Frankfurt 08:30 - 09:30 Dusseldorf 10:00 - 11:30 Hamburg 12:30 - 13:30 Berlin 14:00 - 15:30 Munich 16:00 - 17:00 Frankfurt

Lowpasses will operate at Koln (09: 15); Bremen (10: 40); Hanover (12: 50); Dresden (14: 20); Stuttgart (16: 30). The flight LH9988 will be followed on Flightradar24.

Airbus A321-200 (D-AISP) Tournament

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The aircraft tour Airbus A321-200 (D-AISP) will include the scheduled commercial flights for 8 February: Munich - Milan Malpensa and Munich - Paris. After returning from Paris, the aircraft will fly from Munich to Frankfurt.

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100 years ago, designer and architect Otto Firle designed the heraldic animal of Lufthansa: the coconut. During the period, the Lufthansa logo became one of the most recognized in the world. Today it represents the first and only European company of 5 Skytrax stars.

For Lufthansa, the new livery is not just a simple chromatic change, but also a change of concept in the civil aviation market. We expect market repositioning, service upgrades and new interior changes.

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