Business Luncheon with Deutsche Lufthansa AG

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The German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. in cooperation with Deutsche Lufthansa AG cordially invites you to a Business Luncheon with

Dr. Jürgen Weber

Chairman of the Supervisory Board & former Chief Executive Officer
Deutsche Lufthansa AG

speaking on

“Ready for Take-off – Lufthansa’s Way Ahead in a Changing Aviation World”

at
The University Club

1 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019

on
Monday, March 25, 2013
12:00 – 2:00 p.m.

The global airline industry has seen several structural shifts in the last years. New competitors have emerged with significantly lower costs, modern technology and have attacked the legacy carriers on all fronts. Prices for flight tickets as well as aviation services continue to decline and keep constant pressure on airlines and their suppliers. Despite the multitude of changes Lufthansa was able to become the most powerful Airline Group in Europe with a portfolio of sustainably profitable businesses. Lufthansa is striving for catchment and market leadership in airlines and segments – being ready to take a shaping role in consolidation and to participate in future industry growth.


Admission:
Member: $65
Non-Member: $90

To register, please use our ONLINE REGISTRATION, or fill out the RSVP form and send it to events@gaccny.com or fax to 212-262-4586  by March 18, 2013. For questions, please contact Mariana Behrmann at 212-974-8841.


Supporting Partner: U.S. Austrian Chamber of Commerce


Premium Sponsors 2013:

Rödl & Partner
Gerlicher Solar


German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 75 Broad Street, Floor 21 New York, NY 10004
Supported by: Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag

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