Further group-wide cost cuts, including job losses, are "inevitable, according to Lufthansa Group.
The group’s executive board this week set out the second phase of its Covid restructuring programme.
Plans include reducing leadership positions by 20% and shedding around 1,000 admin roles.
Lufthansa’s plans build on measures set out in April, which include reducing the group’s overall headcount by the equivalent of 22,000 full-time posts (16%).
It is also proposing to reduce its fleet by 100 aircraft, while subsidiary Germanwings will not resume flight operations following the coronavirus crisis.
Last month, the group’s shareholders gave a €9 billion German government bailout, as well as commitments from the governments of Austria and Switzerland, their final approval after the proposal was green lit by the EU.
"The group’s financing is currently secure," said Lufthansa in a statement. "However, the complete repayment of government loans and investments, including interest payments, will place an additional burden on the company in the coming years, making sustainable cost reductions inevitable."
Lufthansa’s ReNew programme will be headed up by Detlef Kayser, the group’s executive board member responsible for airline resources and operations standard, and will run until December 2023. ReNew also bundles existing restructuring programmes already under way across the group.
ReNew will involve: