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$17.70
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$17.43
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$17.19
52 Week High
04/4/14 - $27.89
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08/8/14 - $16.27
Market Cap
8.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
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461.1M
EX-Date
04/25/14
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Dividend
$0.62
Dividend Yield
3.59%
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lufthansa-spons adr (DLAKY) Details

Deutsche Lufthansa AG, an aviation company, provides passenger transportation and airfreight, as well as downstream services worldwide. The company operates in five segments: Passenger Airline Group, Logistics, MRO, Catering, and IT Services. The Passenger Airline Group segment offers passenger services through a route network comprising 274 destinations in approximately 106 countries. The Logistics segment provides a range of freight transport services for various cargos, including live animals, valuable cargo, mail, dangerous goods, and temperature-sensitive goods; and road feeder services. This segment has a network of 300 destinations in approximately 100 countries. The MRO segment offers maintenance, repair, and overhaul services for civil commercial aircrafts. The Catering segment provides airline catering, and related upstream and downstream in-flight services; in-flight equipment and logistics services; management of onboard service; and in-flight retail, as well as related airport services. The IT Services segment offers consulting and information technology services for the aviation, transport and logistics, industry, media and publishing, energy, healthcare, and tourism industries. This segment is involved in the development and implementation of customized industry solutions, as well as the operation of applications in its own data centers. The company also provides training courses, such as training for pilots and flight attendants, simulator training, emergency and service courses, and various e-learning products; and business travel management solutions in the area of payment and analysis of corporate travel. As of December 31, 2013, it had a fleet of 622 aircrafts with an average age of 11.2 years. Deutsche Lufthansa AG is headquartered in Cologne, Germany.

119,092 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/31/14

lufthansa-spons adr (DLAKY) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman of the Executive Board Chief Executi...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.3M
Chief Officer of Finances & Aviation Services...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.2M
Chief Officer of Group Airlines & Logistics a...
Total Annual Compensation: €392.7K
Director of Industrial Relations and Member o...
Total Annual Compensation: €597.5K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

lufthansa-spons adr (DLAKY) Key Developments

Lufthansa Pilots Ready to Strike on August 29, 2014

Lufthansa regrets the announcement of strike action by the Vereinigung Cockpit pilots' union (VC) for August 29, 2014. A few hours before the start of talks that had been agreed for August 28, 2014, the union announced that there would be a strike at Germanwings if agreement wasn't reached August 28, 2014 on the issue of transitional benefits for pilots. Lufthansa had proposed August 28, 2014's talks in order to resume negotiations and had prepared a suggestion on what form further negotiations should take. As per Lufthansa's invitation, the aim of these talks would primarily have been to specify an orderly process and a timetable for further negotiations. Lufthansa and Germanwings will now be primarily focusing on limiting the impact of the strike. The strike action announced for August 29, 2014 will coincide with the end of school holidays in Thuringia and Saxony. Prior to the strike, Lufthansa had already made an offer to the Vereinigung Cockpit pilots' union at the start of April concerning future early retirement from flight service and had therefore created a basis for further negotiations. This offer would provide all cockpit staff with the option of early retirement from flight service, including in the future. In concrete terms, Lufthansa's offer on transitional benefits provides for the following: for employees who have been working at Lufthansa since before 1 January 2014, Lufthansa will bear the costs of early retirement, including in the future. This means that employer-financed transitional benefits will be maintained for several decades. For employees who start or have started work at Lufthansa after 1 January 2014, it will still be possible to retire early from flight service. However, the costs of this will no longer be borne by Lufthansa, but rather by the employees. In the event of incapacity for flight service, a purely employer-financed insurance policy will still be included for all employees. The individual age for retiring from flight service will be raised, depending on the length of service, from 55 for more senior up to 60 for younger employees. The longer employees have already been in the company, the less affected they will be by the increase in the earliest possible individual retirement age. Employees who have been with the company for a very long time are not affected at all by the changes.

Lufthansa Talks Fail, Pilots Threaten Strike at Height of Holidays

Lufthansa talks fail, pilots threaten strike at height of holidays Frankfurt Pilots for German airline Lufthansa announced their imminent intent to strike, at the peak of the European summer holidays, after declaring contract talks at an impasse. The most recent work stoppage in April cause 90% of Lufthansa flights to be cancelled, and the airline said its losses were in the tens of millions of dollars. Current talks with the company over pension issues have failed. A union spokesman said stoppages could begin immediately, but promised to give enough notice to avoid leaving passengers stranded at airports.

Lufthansa Group Appoints Myriam Ziesack as the New Head of Communications in Asia/Pacific

Lufthansa Group announced that Myriam Ziesack will take on the position of head of group communications Asia/Pacific and will manage Asian media from Singapore. Myriam Ziesack is currently a press spokesperson at the Swiss International Air Lines in Zurich, will transfer to Singapore and work from mid-October as Head of Group Communications Asia/Pacific. In this position, she will manage the Group’s media work in Asia. She has many years of experience in communications, both from a corporate and agency perspective, as well as a Master’s degree in Communications Management and Leadership.

 

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