Spohr lined up as new boss of LH pax

AIR Cargo News has learned that Carsten Spohr is likely to be announced as the new head of Lufthansa Passenger Airlines in September – as a major change in the executive management of the airline is revealed.

The post Spohr will fill is to be vacated by Christoph Franz, the former chief executive officer of Swiss, who will take over the top job in Lufthansa from current chairman of the executive board and chief executive officer, Wolfgang Mayrhuber.

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