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Boeing 777F

Boeing 777F

The world’s most environmentally friendly freighters

We have 16 modern Boeing 777Fs ready on your behalf, thereof are 5 operated by our joint venture AeroLogic. The latest freighter joined the fleet in August 2022. And there is a very good reason for this – not only is it the largest twin-engine freighter in the world, it is also one of the most efficient and environmentally-friendly.

The GE90-110 engine’s outstanding performance and the advanced wing design enable the aircraft to achieve greater cruising speeds and altitudes while using less fuel. The Boeing 777F can also handle long-haul routes without layovers and meets the regulations of the strictest noise protection standard currently in force in international civil aviation.

“Top-of-the-line technology and state-of-the-art construction – such as the use of advanced materials, curved wings with upward-sweeping tips and powerful engines – make the B777F simply cleaner, quieter and more efficient.”

Bettina Jansen, Head of Environmental Management, Lufthansa Cargo AG

The Boeing 777F at a glance

Main deck

27 positions: 96 x 125 in
Side cargo door (H x W): 120 x 142 in

Lower deck

Forward compartment: 6 positions, max. 96 x 125 in or 18 LD3 containers
Forward-compartment door (H x W): 66 x 105 in
Aft compartment: 3 positions, max. 96 x 125 in or 14 LD3 containers
Aft-compartment door (H x W): 66 x 105 in
Compartment 5: Loose cargo only
Bulk-compartment door (H x W): 44 x 35 in

Loading height

Main deck: Max. 118 in
Lower deck: Max. 64 in

Cargo capacity

227,075 lbs



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Airbus A321F


Airbus A321F

One of the most versatile aircraft in its class

The Airbus A321F has been part of our fleet since spring 2022. We now operate three of these medium-haul freighters, with a fourth expected in late summer 2023.

The twin-engine Airbus A321F is one of the most versatile aircraft in its class: Being able to carry containers in the main deck, it offers fast loading and unloading and therefore enables very efficient flight operations.

"The A321F will offer attractive same-day and eCommerce solutions within Europe and to selected medium-haul destinations, and the new network represents a major step towards the fast-growing eCommerce segment."

Ashwin Bhat, Chief Executive Officer, Lufthansa Cargo AG

The A321F at a glance

Main deck

14 positions: 88“ x 125“ x 82“ (AAY, PAG/PAJ)
Max. height 82‘‘
Side cargo door (H x W): 83“ x 143“

Lower deck

10 pos. 60“ x 61“ x 45“ (AKH, PKC)
Max. height 45”
Forward- and Aft compartment door: (H x W): 46“ x 71“
Compartment 5: Loose cargo only
Bulk compartment door (H x W): 30“ x 36“

Loading height*

Main deck: Max. 82‘‘
Lower deck: Max. 45”

Cargo capacity

61,729 lbs

* height including ULD and loading accessories

More information on our A321F can be found in our Newsroom.

Our current A321F network

With our A321 freighter operation the following stations are connected to our global route network:

  • Algiers (ALG)
  • Athens (ATH)
  • Birmingham (BHX)
  • Cairo (CAI)
  • Casablanca (CMN)
  • Copenhagen (CPH)
  • Dublin (DUB)
  • Istanbul (IST)
  • Larnaca (LCA)
  • Madrid (MAD)
  • Malta (MLA)
  • Milan (MXP)
  • Tel Aviv (TLV)
  • Tunis (TUN)
  • Yerevan (EVN)

Click here to find the most recent information on our comprehensive flight schedule.

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Stations in Europe


Stations in Asia


Stations in Africa


Stations in South America


Stations in North America


Stations worldwide


Hubs in Europe

  • Frankfurt
  • Munich
  • Vienna
  • Brussels


Road Feeder Service

Road Feeder Service

Airfreight on the road

Our Road Feeder Service: Airfreight on the ground

To make sure that your cargo arrives at its destination with a high-quality service on the ground as well, our Road Feeder Service covers a substantial part of the Lufthansa Cargo transport process chain in Europe and North America. We can also offer selected routes in Asia, the Middle East, South America and South Africa. Our RFS schedules are integrated with our regular flight schedule.

See our flight schedules

115 Stations in Europe

Our global RFS network

Our global RFS network:

  • 530,000 tons of cargo per year worldwide
  • Particularly dense network in Europe and North America
  • Approx. 1,600 trips to 115 stations in Europe each week
  • FRA, MUC and VIE as hubs

The best connections and services in Europe:

  • Scheduled trips to around 115 stations
  • High-frequency service to all industrial centers in Europe
  • The best service to destinations in eastern Europe
  • Central RFS hub in FRA, supplemented by MUC and VIE
  • Round-the-clock monitoring and allocation of RFS trips
  • Defined services from airport to factory (toDoor)
  • Special equipment available (e.g. Temperature-control equipment, extra width, and much more)
  • Use of trucks with roller beds
  • Use of air waybill and manifest Publication in LH reservation system
  • Use of LH flight number Includes punctuality measurement
  • We are happy to provide additional, unscheduled services on request