The people at Lufthansa do their very best to make sure our passengers arrive just as relaxed as CEO Wilson does in the new Lufthansa spot. In a glimpse behind the scenes, we present five of the airline’s people
They call him Angel: since 1985 Ángel García-Gonzales has worked for Lufthansa as a cabin mechanic. Nobody knows the inside of a 747-8 better than he does. His specialty? Anything you can operate
Luke Pearson, co-founder of the design studio PearsonLloyd, grew up in the middle of nowhere and had to learn to create his own environment. The seats for Lufthansa’s Business Class were designed by his agency in London – the city, its tumultuous history and creative people are a major source of inspiration for the designer.
Flight attendant Daniela Mischon-Gross combines her passion, surfing, perfectly with her career. The passengers also benefit: That sense of euphoria when she catches a perfect wave during a layover – she always brings it into the cabin with her.
His kitchen is busy 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. But for Burkhard Weizsäcker, product developer at LSG Skychefs, cooking is never stressful – because he puts his heart into it. And his mind? To keep it clear and open for new inspiration all he needs is a walk with closed eyes on the mudflats of the North Sea.
Claudia Albrecht practically grew up with Lufthansa: her father was a pilot for the airline. Today, she devotes herself to looking after her guests – in the Lufthansa Lounges in Frankfurt or at the Sunday café in her parish