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BRIEF-German ATC Must Resolve Software Issues Quickly - Lufthansa

* Company expects German air traffic control to take measures to solve software issues quickly Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)

BRIEF-Lufthansa Cargo CEO Says To Invest 400 Mln EUR In Lufthansa Cargo Center

* CARGO CEO SAYS BOOM OF AIR FREIGHT MARKET CAME TO END AT END OF 2018; JANUAR/FEBRUARY BUSINESS WAS NOT GETTING BETTER

Lufthansa gives cautious outlook as fuel and Eurowings weigh

FRANKFURT Lufthansa issued cautious guidance on Thursday for revenue and profitability this year as it battles rising fuel costs and strives to erase losses at budget carrier Eurowings, sending its shares down 5 percent. | Video

Lufthansa would return cash to shareholders if Europe consolidation falters

FRANKFURT Lufthansa would consider return cash to shareholders if its push to consolidate the European market through mergers and acquisitions doesn't pan out, Chief Financial Officer Ulrik Svensson said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Lufthansa gives cautious outlook as fuel and Eurowings weigh

* Revenue growth, profit seen in line or slightly weaker than 2018

Lufthansa CEO: Grounding Boeing 737 MAX the right decision

FRANKFURT The decision by regulators around the world to ground Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft following last weekend's Ethiopian Airlines crash was right, the CEO of German airline Lufthansa said on Thursday.

Lufthansa CEO: Grounding Boeing 737 MAX the right decision

FRANKFURT, March 14 The decision by regulators around the world to ground Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft following last weekend's Ethiopian Airlines crash was right, the CEO of German airline Lufthansa said on Thursday.

BRIEF-Lufthansa February Seat Load Factor Rises To 76.5 Pct

* Feb seat load factor increased by 0.2 percentage points to 76.5 percent

UPDATE 1-Lufthansa orders 40 Boeing 787-9 and Airbus A350-900 long-haul planes

* To sell six Airbus A380 back to Airbus in 2022/2023 (Adds details, quote)

BRIEF-Deutsche Lufthansa Orders 40 Boeing 787-9 And Airbus A350-900 Long-Haul Aircraft

* LUFTHANSA GROUP ORDERS 40 BOEING 787-9 AND AIRBUS A350-900 LONG-HAUL AIRCRAFT

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