LH is focusing all 7 remaining A380 at MUC: https://www.aero.de/news-35486/Frankfur ... hansa.html
As of today per LHGroupFleet (which are relatively well informed):
7 aircraft stored at TEV (A, B, F, G, J, K, N)
2 aircraft stored at MUC (D, H)
5 aircraft stored at FRA (C, E, I, L, M)
The aircraft at TEV will not fly for a while, if ever. Lufthansa will remain their owner until they are returned to Airbus in 2022 / 23 as originally planned. Not sure what will happen to the 7th stored A380, since Airbus only agreed to 6 aircraft.
Per LH: "It is not feasible to operate [such a small] split fleet from either a logistical or a business point of view". Also: "The entire fleet will remain parked, we are just maintaining the option of eventually returning them to service."
Fleet size in 2021 down by 300 aircraft (- 40%)
Fleet size in 2023 down by 100 aircraft (- 14%)
Lufthansa is setting themselves up for a very slow recovery. With the retirement of (some) A380, A346 and likely the 744, while taking delivery of the A359 and eventually a few 779, capacity reductions will be even more than that.
I also wonder what this will mean for FRA's expansion (terminal 1 A-Plus) that opened in 2012. It was built specifically and exclusively for LH, with 4 gates dedicated to the A380 and all the newest lounges and amenities. The facilities at MUC are fine, but they don't give you that 'flagship' feeling IMHO. Of course they can use it for A320s but it's a bit of a waste of infrastructure.