Lufthansa Group will add seven long-haul routes from Frankfurt and Munich in the 2022 summer season

0 242

Delayed plane? Flight canceled? >>Claim compensation now<< for the flight
delayed or canceled! You can get up to € 600!

The Lufthansa Group now offers flights to interesting holiday destinations on long-haul routes for the summer of 2022. In addition to the four other routes from Frankfurt, the Munich hub will - once again - be integrated into the long-term tourist offer. of the Lufthansa Group.

From March 2022, flights will depart again from Munich to sunny holiday destinations such as Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic and Cancun in Mexico. Each destination will be served twice a week. Moreover, there will be two flights a week from the Bavarian capital to Las Vegas, in the United States.

Starting in March 2022, the Lufthansa Group will offer three flights a week from Frankfurt to Fort Myers, in the sunny state of Florida, as well as to Panama City, in Central America. In addition, Salt Lake City in the western United States will be on the flight schedule for the first time since May 2022, with three flights a week, also departing from Frankfurt.

Lufthansa Group will add seven long-haul routes from Frankfurt and Munich in the 2022 summer season.

The Lufthansa Group is also expanding its services to East Africa and will fly from Frankfurt to Kilimanjaro twice a week for the first time since June 2022. This summer, the flight schedule already includes the city of Mombasa, Kenya, and flights to the dream island of Zanzibar in Tanzania.

Flights will be initially published with Lufthansa flight numbers starting May 26 and can be booked through lufthansa.com. The flights will be operated by Eurowings Discover starting in the summer of 2022. The new airline that will be part of the Lufthansa Group will specialize in leisure trips to the most sought-after destinations in the world from the Frankfurt and Munich hubs.

Lufthansa has announced plans to launch a new long-haul airline. The group's strategy is to create direct competition for charter airline Condor, which is a former Lufthansa subsidiary. The project was originally called Ocean, but was renamed Eurowings Discover, in January.

Leave A Reply

Your email address Will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.