Lufthansa gives up Boeing 737 aircraft
After 48 years of history and flights, Lufthansa will abandon the Boeing 737 aircraft fleet. If the plans are followed, the last one Boeing 737 Lufthansa will operate the retreat flight in October this year.
Starting with the February 10 1968, Lufthansa began operating Boeing 737 aircraft. Over the 48 years, 155 of Boeing 737 aircraft have flown in Lufthansa colors. Currently, only 7 Boeing 737-300 aircraft, which can carry 140 passengers, still fly under the German operator's livery.
List of B737 Lufthansa aircraft in operational service: D-ABEC, D-ABED, D-ABEE, D-ABEF, D-ABEH, D-ABEK, D-ABEN. They are allocated to the Frankfurt base. They made their debut in the Lufthansa fleet starting with 1991. They will be replaced by newer and more fuel efficient aircraft.