- Lufthansa operates six nonstop routes from Canada to Germany: Montreal-Munich Toronto-Frankfurt Toronto-Munich Vancouver-Frankfurt Montreal-Frankfurt Vancouver-Munich
- Additional flights are operated by Lufthansa’s Joint Venture Partner, Air Canada.
- Lufthansa operates Airbus A330/340 and Boeing 747-400 aircraft on its routes between Canada and Germany.
- Lufthansa’s prestigious First Class service is featured on select routes. A new First Class Lounge featuring personal assistants, a gourmet restaurant, cigar lounge and chauffeured limousine transfer to aircraft was opened in Munich in addition to the First Class Terminal in Frankfurt.
- Lufthansa inaugurated its first regular Canadian service in April 1956 to Montreal, just one year after establishing service to New York, its first North American destination.
- New aircraft enhance efficiency, reduce fuel and operational costs and protect the environment. The Airbus A340-600 jets used on Canadian routes during the summer months reduce emissions on a lasting basis by about 20 per cent compared with earlier models.
- Lufthansa is the only airline that offers Canadians one-stop service from Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver to several Indian destinations. Lufthansa has been flying to India for more than 40 years and is the largest European carrier in the market. In 2008, Pune joined Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai. From August 2012 the new Boeing 747-8 will operate from Frankfurt to Delhi and Bangalore will follow as the second destination.