Lufthansa Systems

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Lufthansa Systems GmbH & Co. KG
GmbH (public)
Industry Information technology
Founded January 1, 1995 (1995-01-01)[1]
Headquarters Raunheim, Germany
Number of locations
28 (2013)[1]
Key people
Stefan Auerbach (CEO) and Olivier Krueger (CEO/CCO)[1]
Revenue 640,000,000 (2013)[1]
Number of employees
1,900 (2015)[1]
Parent Lufthansa Group

Lufthansa Systems is an information technology service provider for the aviation industry. It has around 1,900 employees in several locations in Germany and offices in 16 other countries.[1] The company is headquartered in Raunheim near Frankfurt.[1] The company's portfolio includes "consulting, development and implementation of customized industry solutions as well as the operation of applications in the company's own data centers."[1]

In March 2015, Lufthansa Systems undertook a reorganization to reform into three operating units: Infrastructure, Airline Solutions (now known as "Lufthansa Systems") and Industry Solutions (now "Lufthansa Industry Solutions").[2] The Infrastructure unit, which employs about 1,400 people, has been sold to IBM, while the other two units were meant to remain as subsidiaries of the parent company Lufthansa.[2]

The Hungarian subsidiary, Lufthansa Systems Hungária Kft., was established in 1995 and employed 200 people as of 2005.[3]


In 1995, Lufthansa Systems (LIDO) was established to turn the Lufthansa Group's IT department into a legally independent company.

In 2015, the company sold its IT infrastructure division, "which provides data centres, networks and telephony".[2]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Company Profile" (PDF). Lufthansa Systems. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 26, 2014. Retrieved 26 Oct 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "UPDATE 1-Lufthansa close to deal with IBM for IT infrastructure unit". Reuters. 22 Oct 2014. 
  3. ^ Tunyogi, Henri (14 Oct 2005). "Magyarországon bővít a Lufthansa Systems" [Hungary expands Lufthansa Systems]. Menedzsment Fórum (in Hungarian). Budapest, Hungary. 

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