Lufthansa group performs better in Hungary

Transport

Germany’s Lufthansa Group saw passenger numbers rise on the Hungarian market by 11% last year to 1.1 million, and also experienced a rise in ticket sales in Hungary of 2.4%, Lufthansa’s representative Gábor Antal, said today.

Of the groupʼs four airlines – Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian and Brussels Airlines – the latter saw the greatest rise in passenger numbers with 34% following the reorganization of flights. Brussels Airlinesʼ load factor also improved from 64% to 79% as a result.

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