Whether you suffer from jet lag, earache or travel sickness - here you will find helpful tips
on how you can enjoy your flight without worry.
In addition here is some important information for passengers with a peanut allergy: no peanuts are served on Lufthansa flights. However, we cannot guarantee that our aircraft and our in-flight meals are completely free from peanuts or peanut products.
Passengers who suffer from a mild peanut allergy are kindly requested to make all the necessary medical preparations to avoid an allergic reaction. If you know that you suffer from a severe allergic reaction to peanuts or other allergens and possibly carry emergency medication with you (e.g. EpiPen), you or your doctor should contact the Lufthansa Medical Operation Centre before you fly:
Tel.: +49-69-696-550 77 (open daily: 6 a.m. – 10.30 p.m.)
Fool your 'inner clock'.
Advice on air pressure differences.
Handling a sense of nausea.
What you should know and can do.
Change of climate
How to adjust to temperature changes.
Answers to important questions.
Tips on transporting and taking medicines.
Medical care form
Check your fitness to fly.
Passengers with health problems
Please make these arrangements.
Frequent flyers with a disability
FREMEC gets you on your way quickly
Lufthansa Patient Transportation Compartment (PTC)
The world's unique intensive care unit on intercontinental flights.
Lufthansa panel doctors
Lufthansa has selected contracted doctors at all its destinations throughout the world whose duties include taking care of Lufthansa personnel locally as well as any crew members who become ill. Generally these doctors speak German and English. In case you fall ill at your destination and require a doctor, we are providing you with a list of contact details for the Lufthansa panel doctors here.
Please note that Lufthansa accepts no responsibility for the treatment nor will it bear the cost of any treatment.