As others have already said, those are codeshare flights. Just to clarify, this means that there is only one physical plane flying this route at this particular time but it has several flight numbers for marketing reasons (it can also make a difference for things like frequent flyer miles, etc.)
Often, a three-digit flight number means the relevant airline is the “real” (or “operating”) carrier, whereas longer numbers are used by “virtual” (or “marketing”) carriers. Thus the first flight in your list would actually be operated by Lufthansa, the next one by Virgin Atlantic, etc.
There are several entries on the arrival and departure list because different passengers will expect a different airline name and flight number (the codes like LH492 or AC9101) and need to be able to find it in the list. In some airports, there is only one line on the video displays in the terminal, with the flight number rotating every 30 seconds or so.