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IAGOS Fleet Keeps on Growing

Second Lufthansa jet collecting data for climate research

Jülich/Frankfurt am Main, 7 May 2015 – Lufthansa Group, together with Forschungszentrum Jülich, the French National Centre for Scientific Research CNRS, and Sabena Technics, has equipped another aircraft for the international climate research project IAGOS. With this Airbus A330-300 (registration: D-AIKO), a total of six aircraft operated by five airlines will now be collecting measurement data from all around the world on each of their flights.

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