Airbus A350 D-AIVB is being prepared in Luqa for use by Lufthansa

Airbus A350 (Photo: Mario Caruana / MAviO News).
Airbus A350 (Photo: Mario Caruana / MAviO News).

Airbus A350 D-AIVB is being prepared in Luqa for use by Lufthansa

Airbus A350 (Photo: Mario Caruana / MAviO News).
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Lufthansa transferred the Airbus A350-900 with the registration D-AIVB from Munich to Luqa last Friday. Maintenance work is carried out there at Lufthansa Technik. The long-haul aircraft also receives the carrier's livery.

Currently, the machine still carries the design of the former operator Philippine Airlines on the tail unit. He took over the leased aircraft brand new in September 2018 and has so far used it as the RP-C3504.

On board, the seating that presented by Lufthansa as "new"., remain. It is the cabin interior that was previously used by Philippine Airlines. The owner of the D-AIVB is the leasing company Avolon.

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