31 AUGUST 2015
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It may have closed somewhat prematurely but Berlin’s iconic Tempelhof Airport is still part of Lufthansa with the famous 1930’s terminal building still in place.
The airline’s worldwide “InTouch Service Centre” has relocated into the Ullsteinhaus at Tempelhofer Hafen. At the service centre around 500 employees serve Lufthansa customers and those of the Group airlines including SWISS and Austrian Airlines
seven days a week, right around the clock.
Lufthansa first launched its flight services from Tempelhof in the spring of 1926, almost 90 years ago.
The Berlin operation also manages and monitors the airlines global network of six further service centres distributed over four continents: in Brno (Czech Republic), Dublin, Istanbul, Cape Town, Melbourne and Peterborough (Canada). The geographical spread enables Lufthansa InTouch to provide seamless round-the-clock service 365 days of the year for all airline customers all over the world. www.lufthansa.com
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