- Gloy assumes responsibility for "Operations and Logistics" and
becomes Labor Director

- Appointment by the Supervisory Board effective July 1, 2022

The Supervisory Board of Lufthansa Technik has appointed Harald Gloy
(49) as a member of the Executive Board for five years, effective
July 1, 2022. As Chief Operating Officer (COO), he will be
responsible for Operations and Logistics. In addition, Harald Gloy
will have responsibility as "Accountable Manager" in accordance with
EASA Part 145 and will be the contact person for aviation authorities
with regard to Lufthansa Technik AG's maintenance operations. Gloy
succeeds Soeren Stark in this position, who at the same time will
become the new Chairman of the Executive Board of Lufthansa Technik.

As Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) and Labor Director, Harald
Gloy will also take over the Executive Board department Human
Resources, which is currently still headed by Executive Board
Chairman Dr. Johannes Bussmann, who will, however, leave the company
at his own request at the end of June 2022.

Dr. Detlef Kayser, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Lufthansa
Technik AG and member of the Executive Board of Deutsche Lufthansa
AG, said after today's decision: "It is very good news for Lufthansa
Technik that we have been able to win Harald Gloy for this task. He
has already successfully demonstrated his great expertise and
competence in various responsible positions at both Lufthansa Technik
and Lufthansa Cargo. This makes him the ideal person to fill this
important position."

Harald Gloy, who is currently on statutory parental leave, was Chief
Operations Officer at Lufthansa Cargo from January 2019, and in March
2021 he took on the additional role of Chief Human Resources Officer
and Labor Director there.

Graduate engineer Harald Gloy studied industrial engineering at the
Technical University of Berlin as well as Arizona State University
(USA). He started his professional career in the Lufthansa Group in
1999 at Lufthansa Technik Logistik in materials management, where he
quickly assumed operational management responsibilities. In 2003 he
joined Lufthansa Technik in Corporate Development and Strategy, and
in 2006 took over as head of the Aircraft Overhaul and Modification
production unit in Hamburg. After holding various management
positions as head of Component Maintenance Services and head of
Engine Services he was heading Lufthansa Technik's entire component
business from 2014 before being appointed to the Executive Board of
Lufthansa Cargo in Frankfurt.

In addition to his duties in the companies of the Lufthansa Group,
Harald Gloy was also actively involved as a member of the Executive
Board of the Aviation Cluster Hamburg Aviation and the Air Cargo
Community Frankfurt, as a member of the Supervisory Board of the ZAL
Center of Applied Aeronautical Research and as a member of the
Innovation Commission at the Federal Ministry for Digital and