Lufthansa—which will transfer five of 14 Airbus A380s from its Frankfurt home base to Munich Airport from March 25—may increase the number of Munich-based A380s because of continued quality issues and high costs at Frankfurt Airport. “Munich has performed ahead of our expectations in terms of high quality, yields and costs. But quality at our main Frankfurt hub must improve for us to remain globally competitive,” Lufthansa Group chairman & CEO Carsten Spohr told ...

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