Lufthansa A350 touches down for the first time on African soil


Lufthansa A350 touched down for the first time on African soil 

With a fuel consumption of just 2.9L per passenger per 100 kilometres, a dramatically reduced noise and CO2 emissions footprint, as well as enhanced cabin features, the A350-900 is setting new standards for technical features and is the world’s most eco-efficient long haul aircraft.

Dr Andre Schulz, General Manager for Lufthansa Group Southern Africa said bringing the A350-900 to the South African market is an exciting development for Lufthansa. 
“Based on the positive reactions from travellers around the world, we believe that our South African passengers will also enjoy the ergonomically designed interior of the aircraft, together with unique lighting and more space for storing personal items which create a special travel…

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