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Where do we fly Lufthansa?

Where do we fly Lufthansa?


Country City Airport
Germany Leipzig/Halle Leipzig/Halle Airport
Munich Munich Airport
Münster Münster Osnabrück International Airport
Nuremberg Nuremberg Airport

Where does Lufthansa fly in Germany?

The main hub’s are: Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Vienna and Brussels. The Lufthansa Group’s fleet, one of the world’s largest and most modern group fleets, which is continually being modernised, includes around 800 aircraft of widely differing sizes. We invest continuously in modernising our fleet.

Where does Lufthansa fly in North America?

The Lufthansa Group will continue operating flights from Frankfurt to Chicago and Newark (New York), from Zurich to Chicago and Newark (New York), from Vienna to Chicago, and from Brussels to Washington beyond 14 March, thus maintaining at least some air traffic connections to the USA from Europe.

Where in the US does Lufthansa fly?

Lufthansa currently has operations to Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York (EWR and JFK), Orlando, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, from Frankfurt. From Munich it operates non-stop to Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles and Newark.

Is Lufthansa flying from Frankfurt to USA?

Lufthansa is back in three cities German flag carrier Lufthansa has resumed flights to Atlanta from its hub at Frankfurt Airport (FRA). Running three times per week, Lufthansa is using an Airbus A330 to serve the city. The flight from Frankfurt to the US departs at 13:45 and arrives the same day at 18:10.

Is Lufthansa comfortable?

Whether it’s a short flight or a long one – comfortable seats await you in Economy Class. There’s plenty of room both on short and medium-haul flights. Thanks to the slim construction of the backrests, our seating provides more legroom so that you can stretch your legs out comfortably when flying in Economy Class too.

Are drinks free on Lufthansa?

Choice of beverages Coffee, white wine or fruit juice – on board Lufthansa flights you can expect an extensive choice of complimentary beverages. Depending on the length of your flight, beverages will be served several times; on request you can also have drinks brought to your seat between services.

Why Lufthansa is so expensive?

Lufthansa has its hands in many smaller airlines (such as Austrian Airlines and Eurowings). Airlines can’t absorb all of that increase, so they pass some of that on to the consumer, leading to higher fares. Additionally, airline taxes and security fees have increased, adding a lot to your base fare.