Lufthansa Boeing 737 Operations 2016

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As one of the launch customers, in early January 1968 Lufthansa introduced the first Boeing 737-130s on its domestic and European routes. Over the years the carrier operated 155 examples of series 100 to series 500, including six Boeing 737-200C (1969 – 1995). Between 1990 and 1994 Lufthansa leased three Boeing 737-500 from Braathens (D-ACBA/B/C).

Planned last Lufthansa Boeing 737-300 operations scheduled on 29.10.2016:

Frankfurt – Bologna
Frankfurt – Geneva
Frankfurt – Hannover
Frankfurt – Katowice
Frankfurt – Leipzig
Frankfurt – Nurnberg
Frankfurt – Prague
Frankfurt – Stuttgart
Frankfurt – Zurich

Planned: last Lufthansa B737 scheduled operations August 2016:

Frankfurt –

  • Copenhagen on 05.08.2016
  • Birmingham on 08.08.2016
  • Toulouse on 10.08./ 26.08.2016
  • Nice on 14.08.2016
  • Warsaw on 19.08.2016
  • Marseille on 24.08.2016
  • Krakow on 27.08.2016
  • Manchester on 27.08.2016
  • Dresden on 30.08.2016
  • Tirana on 31.08.2016

Planned: last Lufthansa B737 scheduled operations September 2016:

Frankfurt-

  • Friedrichshafen on 02.09./ 05.09.2016
  • London Heathrow on 05.09.2016
  • Milan Malpensa 05.09.2016
  • Venice on 07.09.2016
  • Bremen on 07.09.2016
  • Brussels on 08.09.2016
  • Amsterdam on 10.09.2016
  • Gothenburg on 11.09.2016
  • Billund on 12.09.2016
  • Milan Linate on 12.09.2016
  • Lyon on 30.09.2016

Further changes (as schedule extension after 29.10.2016) are possible.

 

 

 

 

D-ABEK – The 2016 „Fanhansa“ Fan Plane

D-ABEK Lufthansa Boeing 737-330 (sn 25414 / 2164)   On 07 June 2016 the German national football team left Frankfurt to France for the 2016 European Football Championship on board of Lufthansa's latest Fan Plane. Boeing 737-330 D-ABEK shows 350 names of fans and supporters of our national football team (aka "Die Mannschaft") applied on both sides of the fuselage.  Photo was taken by Niklas Schulmeyer

D-ABEK Lufthansa Boeing 737-330 (sn 25414 / 2164)
On 7 June 2016 the German national football team left Frankfurt to France for the 2016 European Football Championship on board of Lufthansa’s latest fan plane. Boeing 737-330 D-ABEK shows 350 names of fans and supporters of our national football team (aka „Die Mannschaft“) applied on both sides of the fuselage.
Photo was taken by Niklas Schulmeyer