Busch 40932 Lufthansa DKW 3 6

Busch 40932 Lufthansa DKW 3 = 6

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Historic Lufthansa minibus in the typical yellow / blue livery with crane logo.In the 1950s, such buses were used to transport passengers or luggage to or from the aircraft.German LufthansaAt the inauguration ceremony of the Dresden-Munich route, the predecessor airline Junkers Flugverkehr used the name Lufthansa. The name Lufthansa used for the first time in 1924 (initially still Luft Hansa) represented a reference to the Hanseatic League (association of Low German merchants in the Middle Ages) - the Old High German word Hansa was synonymous with Schar in the sense of a group. On April 6, 1926, the first airline, Deutsche Luft Hansa AG, was founded in Berlin through the merger of the two airlines Junkers Luftverkehr AG and Deutscher Aero Lloyd AG. Because of the peculiar company logo, Deutsche Lufthansa is often referred to as the "crane airline". From the 1990s, Deutsche Lufthansa AG grew into a large aviation group. Various business areas developed that act as independent subsidiaries, such as: Lufthansa Cargo AG (air freight), Lufthansa Technik AG (aircraft maintenance) and LSG Service Holding AG (catering). The following European airlines were taken over from 2000: Air Dolomiti, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings, Swiss International Air and parts of Air Berlin. Today, Deutsche Lufthansa AG is the largest German airline based in Cologne. The two main hubs are at Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport. However, there was never a legal connection to Deutsche Lufthansa der DDR. The following European airlines were taken over from 2000: Air Dolomiti, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings, Swiss International Air and parts of Air Berlin. Today, Deutsche Lufthansa AG is the largest German airline based in Cologne. The two main hubs are at Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport. However, there was never a legal connection to Deutsche Lufthansa der DDR. The following European airlines were taken over from 2000: Air Dolomiti, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings, Swiss International Air and parts of Air Berlin. Today, Deutsche Lufthansa AG is the largest German airline based in Cologne. The two main hubs are at Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport. However, there was never a legal connection to Deutsche Lufthansa der DDR.

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