Lufthansa Group and HCS Group sign Letter of Intent on the production and supply of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) ‘Made in Germany’

The Lufthansa Group and the HCS Group have signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to partner on the production and supply of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). From the beginning of 2026, the HCS Group could supply the Lufthansa Group with SAF produced in the so-called Alcohol-to-Jet (AtJ) technology. The SAF, made from biogenic residues from agriculture and forestry, will be produced at the HCS Group production site in Speyer, operated by Haltermann Carless. SAF is a key element for more sustainable flying and thus for decarbonization in aviation.

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Lufthansa in-flight service: more choice, more entertainment, more sustainability

Lufthansa's in-flight service is being expanded and will offer more choice, entertainment and sustainability in the future. Starting in mid-August, Business Class passengers on long-haul flights from Germany will be able to choose from a wider selection of main dishes as early as one month and up to 24 hours before departure. A total of six different regional and seasonal menus will be available for pre-selection. This makes for a relaxed flight and at the same time helps optimise food use and further reduce waste.

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200,000 guests in 100 days: Successful launch of Green Fares at the Lufthansa Group

The Lufthansa Group is the world's first airline group to offer a flight fare that includes offsetting of individual, flight-related CO₂ emissions. The new Green Fares offer for more sustainable travel has been available for booking since mid-February. In the first 100 days since its introduction, around 200,000 guests have already opted for a Green Fares flight within Europe or to North Africa, thus contributing to more sustainable flying. The route with the highest number of Green Fares bookings is Zurich-London with SWISS, followed by Hamburg-Munich with Lufthansa.

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