The Lufthansa Group is one of Germany's best-known enterprises, as well as one of the leading airlines in the world. While it is primarily known for its passenger transport among the German population, Lufthansa actually operates several large business segments: Network Airlines, Eurowings and Aviation Services. Network Airlines include Lufthansa German Airlines, SWISS and Austrian Airlines, which are all passenger carriers. Eurowings consists of the Eurowings airline, Brussels Airlines and SunExpress. Finally, Aviation Services pulls together further key elements rounding off operations: logistics, as Lufthansa is also a freight carrier; technology and engineering (Lufthansa Technik) and onboard catering.
Lufthansa was among the European airlines relying on bailouts after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic put an almost complete stop to air travel. While flights have begun to slowly resume as countries in Europe began opening their borders again during the summer of 2020, it will be a long process until operations can reach the levels from before the coronavirus crisis. After prolonged talks, German government support for Lufthansa was agreed on, at nine billion euros.
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