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SME Times News Bureau | 16 Feb, 2017
Global passenger carrier Lufthansa on Wednesday revealed plans to introduce services of its latest state-of-the-art long-haul aircraft, the Airbus 350-900, on the Munich-Mumbai route.

"The second destination in India that we serve out of Munich -- Munich-Mumbai -- will soon be served with the Airbus 350-900," said Carsten Spohr, Chairman of Executive Board and CEO Lufthansa Group.

On February 11, 2017, New Delhi became the first destination worldwide where Lufthansa started commercial operations with Airbus 350-900.

"With the A350-900, Lufthansa scripts a milestone in their fleet-strategy by entering the two-litre fleet-category," Spohr elaborated.

"This state-of-the-art aircraft marks a generational change on long-haul routes with 25 percent less fuel consumption, 25 percent less carbon dioxide emissions and 50 percent less noise."

According to Spohr, the airline wants to further strengthen its presence in India and will bring in new products to meet the foreseen "tremendous growth" coming from the region.
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