In order to respond to the permanently changing environment for air transport, Lufthansa reviews its organisational structure regularly and adjusts it as necessary. The organisational structure of Lufthansa Passenger Airlines was therefore revised with effect from 1 April 2011 and aligned more closely with customers and the competition. The Lufthansa Italia brand also ceased to operate at the end of the summer flight timetable 2011. Furthermore, the airline portfolio has been adjusted to the Group’s strategic orientation through the disposal of bmi. Another change to the organisational structure came from dovetailing Germanwings more closely with decentralised European traffic at Lufthansa Passenger Airlines. Details of the measures mentioned above can be found in the relevant chapters. To examine the need for structural adjustment is also a key element of the new Group initiative SCORE. Another key element of the new Group initiative SCORE is to examine the need for structural adjustments.