Want to Book an Airbnb ‘Room’ on a Plane? Lufthansa Makes It Possible

Give Lufthansa credit for an intriguing new promotion. But for passengers, this is not that great of a deal.

Fearing Terrorism, Coups and Brexit Now Means Europeans Fly Less

U.S. airlines might be reporting near record profits, but that's not the case in Europe, where travelers are fearful.

Lufthansa Surprise CFO Exit at Critical Time Creates Concerns

Lufthansa is renowned for having its succession act together so the abrupt departure of its CFO, one of the few female executives at large Germany companies, amounts to a punch in the stomach for investors.

Lufthansa Is Latest Airline to Suspend All Flights to Venezuela

There's no real advantage for any airline to stick around, but do expect them to rush back in when the current leadership goes away.

Lufthansa’s Growth Plans Are in Trouble Because It Can’t Hire Enough Flight Attendants

Low unemployment sounds like a good problem, unless you're an airline looking to add routes and hire more flight attendants. Lufthansa is going to have to get creative — or resolve contract issues with the union.

Lufthansa Wants to Combine Brussels Airlines With Eurowings

Lufthansa is looking to increase its presence among Europe's low-cost carriers.

Lufthansa Looks at SAS in Move to Accelerate Airline Consolidation in Europe

Lufthansa's CEO on airline consolidation in Europe: “So we are speaking with everyone, and everyone is speaking to us.” Enough said.

Lufthansa’s 2015 Earnings Lifted by Cheap Fuel Despite Deep Labor Woes

It's smart for Lufthansa to be cautious about 2016: We don't think it's got its act together yet.

Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Carrier, Although Profitable, Still Struggles

It's been a turbulent, albeit profitable, year for Lufthansa's low-cost revolution to take off, thanks to labor woes and long-haul delays.

Interview: Ryanair CEO on How Low-Cost Carriers Can Help European Airlines Prosper Again

We believe that a partnership between Norwegian and Ryanair makes sense and could take off with few complications. But we don't believe converting long-term rivals to new friends is done easily in aviation. Still, if anyone could argue until this gets done, it would be O'Leary--with credit going to Willie Walsh. That alone is a remarkable thing.