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Lufthansa Announces New Destinations

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Lufthansa Announces New Destinations

Lufthansa Announces New Destinations
June 13
16:30 2017

MIAMI – Lufthansa announced today the expansion of their route network and new intercontinental destinations from Frankfurt and Munich in summer 2018.

From their Frankfurt Hub, the carrier will offer a five-weekly service from San Diego, California to Frankfurt, Germany. And from their Munich Hub Lufthansa’s offering a reintroduced route of five times a week service to Singapore.

Also, the German carrier will introduce more frequent flights from Munich to Chicago. From its current seven times a week service, the route will operate ten times weekly.

20171306_Lufthansa expands its long-haul network New destinations from Frankfurt and Munich in summer 2018

The airline also announced plans to introduce their Airbus A380 to the long-haul destinations of Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and Beijing; during the summer. Lufthansa will transfer five of its 14 A380 from Frankfurt to Munich to accomplish this.

“With the A380, we offer our Munich customers a premium aircraft at a five-star hub,” said Harry Hohmeister, responsible for Hub Management and member of the Executive Board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. “In recent years, we have made great progress in controlling our hubs. We harmonized and integrated processes and are now more flexible in utilizing our aircraft at different locations.”


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