Germany’s national flag carrier Lufthansa recently announced it is taking effective steps and hastening the retrofit of its new business class cabins.
The airline in a statement said that the new cabins have already been installed on all its recently acquired Boeing 747-8 aircrafts as well as on three Airbus A330 aircrafts, which would be utilized in operating business class flights on international routes.
According to Lufthansa, the existing business class seats would now be replaced on all the existing long-haul aircrafts of the airline. These would be replaced sooner than originally planned.
The airline disclosed that it will invest additional 50 million Euros to convert all its aircrafts by the summer of 2015.
A top official of Lufthansa said that the airline is greatly enthused with the excellent response its new business class has received from its customers. The airline has now therefore decided to speed up the process to retrofit the business class cabins and has allocated an additional 50 million Euros to fulfill this purpose.