Many and varied tasks
Flights on the Ju 52 are the main attraction. Passengers sense the fascination and experience first-hand what it was like to fly in those early days. Recognizing the impressive strides forward made by the airplane as a means of transport, they can leisurely lean back in a fast-moving world and enjoy the particular style of early air travel.
The foundation also sponsors scientific work that goes on in connection with historical aircraft. Integrated within the foundation, the Reinhardt Abraham Scholarships offer trainee programs and student research exchanges at Berlin University of Technology and the University of Washington in Seattle.
The Deutsche Lufthansa Berlin-Stiftung was set up by Lufthansa as an independent foundation. However, it is only partly self-supporting and relies on donations.