A batch of 8 million protective masks from China being unloaded from a Lufthansa jet in Munich, Germany, this week. Photo: AFPA batch of 8 million protective masks from China being unloaded from a Lufthansa jet in Munich, Germany, this week. Photo: AFP
A batch of 8 million protective masks from China being unloaded from a Lufthansa jet in Munich, Germany, this week. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus: Lufthansa resumes flights to China – to collect tonnes of masks and equipment for Germany

  • Europe’s largest commercial airline will be the primary carrier of medical goods, but the German air force, or Luftwaffe, could also assist
  • Lufthansa, which cancelled flights to China on January 29, could fly an Airbus passenger jet with a 25-tonne capacity to Shanghai ‘every day’
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A batch of 8 million protective masks from China being unloaded from a Lufthansa jet in Munich, Germany, this week. Photo: AFPA batch of 8 million protective masks from China being unloaded from a Lufthansa jet in Munich, Germany, this week. Photo: AFP
A batch of 8 million protective masks from China being unloaded from a Lufthansa jet in Munich, Germany, this week. Photo: AFP
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