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December 05, 2012 - 02:15 PM ET

Lufthansa plans to outfit its "entire intercontinental fleet" with a premium-economy product. "At the beginning of next year, a project group will be formed to manage the introduction and define the precise features of the product as well as a detailed timetable," according to Lufthansa, which expects development to "take about two years."

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