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Lufthansa Cargo extends its network to Mexico
Regular service to Guadalajara with MD-11 freighters
As of 22nd July 2009, for the first time Lufthansa Cargo will be offering a connection to the Mexican city of Guadalajara (GDL).
Once a week, on Wednesdays, Lufthansa's freight subsidiary will be flying with an MD-11F freighter to the metropolis with its population of a million.
The flight will operate from Frankfurt via Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to Guadalajara and again via Dallas back to Frankfurt.
Guadalajara is a large commercial centre and an important industrial location. The city with its one million inhabitants is also known as the "Silicon Valley" of Mexico.
Further capacities to and from Mexico are available to Lufthansa Cargo customers twice a week on flights to Mexico City (MEX) with MD-11 freighters as well as daily in the cargo holds of Boeing 747-400 passenger aircraft of the Lufthansa Passage Airline from Frankfurt to Mexico City.
FRA, the home base of Lufthansa: Leading worldwide
Because of its large capacity, flight range and advanced technology, the A380 is the best solution for serving the busy long-haul routes between major hubs like Frankfurt, Los Angeles or Singapore in the future. Therefore, more than 200 orders have been placed for the A380, including 15 by Lufthansa. Lufthansa's new fleet of A380s will be stationed and serviced at its FRA home base.
Lufthansa is preparing to introduce the A380 in the summer flight schedule 2010. By then, all technical conditions for servicing aircraft of this type must be created in Frankfurt.
Because a shortage of aircraft maintenance stands for the long-haul fleet of Lufthansa is to be expected in Frankfurt in the very near future, it was necessary to build a new maintenance base accommodate the A380. The 1st construction phase was completed at the beginning of 2008. Lufthansa's commitment is of central importance for Frankfurt Airport. The A380 will help Germany's biggest airline to adapt its successful global air service to capacity demands of the future.
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