Former Lufthansa Group chairman and CEO Wolfgang Mayrhuber died Dec. 1. He was 71. The company said his death was the result of a serious illness.  Mayrhuber began his career at Lufthansa as an engine-maintenance engineer in 1970. He became chairman of the newly founded Lufthansa Technik in 1994. In 2001 he was appointed to the group executive board with responsibility for passenger services, and the following year he became the board’s deputy chairman. He was chairman from 2003 ...

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