Airbus A340

Lufthansa has been operating the Airbus A340 since 1993 when their  first A340-300 took to the skies.   In 2003, Lufthansa expanded the A340 fleet when Airbus introduced the A340-600 variant.  At the peak of A340 operations, Lufthansa operated 50 of the type.   Recently,  LH has begun retiring the oldest of their A340-300 aircraft.  3 A340-300s have been retired so far in 2014:  D-AIGD, D-AIGF & D-AIGH.

 

D-AIGL or 'Herne' joined the fleet in May 1996

D-AIGL or ‘Herne’ joined the fleet in May 1996

 

D-AIHE joined the fleet in January 2004.

D-AIHE joined the fleet in January 2004.

 

D-AIHF or 'Lubeck' joined the fleet in February 2004.

D-AIHF or ‘Lubeck’ joined the fleet in February 2004.

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D-AIGU or ‘Castrop-Rauxel’  in Munich (MUC)

 

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