Lufthansa Regional

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Lufthansa Regional
Lufthansa Regional Logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
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Hubs
Frequent-flyer program Miles & More
Alliance Star Alliance
Fleet size 57
Destinations 83
Parent company Lufthansa Group
Website lufthansagroup.com

Lufthansa Regional is a brand name for regional and feeder flights performed by two Lufthansa-owned airlines.

Overview[edit]

As of June 2015, Lufthansa Regional consists of two members, which are both fully owned by Lufthansa. They are based at Lufthansa's hubs at Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport. It carries 10.5 million a year using the name Lufthansa Regional. Its predecessor was Team Lufthansa.

Member airlines[edit]

Lufthansa CityLine Embraer 190 operating for Lufthansa Regional
Air Dolomiti Embraer 195 operating for Lufthansa Regional

Current members[edit]

Lufthansa Regional flights are operated by two partner airlines based at Lufthansa's hub airports:

Former members[edit]

  • Augsburg Airways (ceased operations by October 2013 as the contract with Lufthansa wasn't renewed)
  • Contact Air (ceased operations by October 2012 as the contract with Lufthansa wasn't renewed)
  • Eurowings (until 25 October 2014 when Eurowings started flying exclusively on behalf of Germanwings)[1]

Fleet[edit]

The combined fleet of both airlines operating for Lufthansa Regional consists of the following planes as of April 2015:[2][3]

Lufthansa Regional fleet
Aircraft In service Orders Passengers Notes
Bombardier CRJ900 14 21 84 all operated by Lufthansa CityLine; orders to be transferred from Eurowings[4]
Embraer 190 9 100 all operated by Lufthansa CityLine
Embraer 195 34 116 10 operated by Air Dolomiti, 24 operated by Lufthansa CityLine
Total 57 21

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