in 2021 the Lufthansa Cargo facility at Frankfurt with lineage that
dates back to the early 1970s when the place was boasted as ‘the
world’s largest air cargo hall’, gets refreshed one more
Worth noting is that this complex was supposed to have
been torn down years ago and replaced by a whole new complex by 2018.
But the money boys nixed that plan as too expensive, whilst
Lufthansa Cargo business was in decline.
Now as the world emerges into a 2021 COVID-19 scenario,
come all the usual bells and whistles to “renew and further
develop” the place.
A seven-year plan announced with completion to be done
by 2028, has been advanced that sounds reminiscent of those four-year
plans governments periodically announced during the Cold War.
"The special thing about our infrastructure program
is that it is able to react flexibly to market,” said Lufthansa
Meantime as he brushes up his Flemish before departing
Lufthansa Cargo for a new assignment as top executive at Brussels
Airlines, Lufthansa Cargo says goodbye and farewell to cargo boss
When that happens March 1, three airlines in Lufthansa
Group, Lufthansa, Carsten Spohr; Austrian, Andreas Otto; and Brussels
will feature top management that served at Lufthansa Cargo.