Lufthansa limits the offer of flights in the third trimester

The German airline Lufthansa ha anuncio este jueves que en el tercer trimestre del año sólo ofrecerá alrededor del 80% de la capacidad de pasajeros previous to the crisisuna cifra inferior a la que había previsto anteriore.

Los aeropuertos de todo el mundo vuelven estar in los prepandemia nivels, pero las élérios no dan abasto, con tan only el el 70% del necessario del personnel para geñedar los flights lo que ha llevado a un gran caos e los aeropuertos, especially en Europe.

El sector no ha consegido adaptarse a tiempo al rápido repunte de la demanda de viajeros y la temporada estival se ha llenado de largas colas, cancellationaciones, retrasos y, sobre todo, mucha frustration.

Como informa Reuters, Lufthansa turned to obtener beneficios operativos in the second trimesterwith an adjusted interest and tax benefit (EBIT) of 393 million euros between April and June, thanks to the boom in air freight demand.

According to the same media, the Lufthansa passenger airline business registered an adjusted EBIT loss of 86 million euros, affected by costs related to flight interruptions.

In the first half of the year, the company reduced its losses by 82%, to 325 million euros. In addition, the German managed to quadruple the number of passengers transported by the group in the first semester, up to 40 million passengers.

IAG rises after the pandemic: first quarter with operational benefit boosted by Iberia and Vueling, and confidence in the second half of the year

No es la única company del sector en positivo: Both Air France-KLM and IAG also benefited in the second quarter of the year gracias al fin de las restrictions a la mobilidade. This trend is also repeated in other sectors related to tourism and hotels, where several large chains have also achieved benefits in their last results.

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