Lufthansa – The full service airline

Lufthansa – The full service airline04 December 2009

Everything is included when flying with Lufthansa. There are no hidden charges – the flight price includes check-in, baggage, and all drinks, snacks or food are free of charge when flying with us. Our passenger travel from conveniently located airports, get lots of leg room and can choose from extras like Business Class lounges, mobile check-in and the Miles & More frequent flyer programme.

As a full service airline we offer more than just the actual flight too. To find out what’s included in the flight booking, follow this link:

All included when you book with Lufthansa


Check in options for Lufthansa passengers

Check in options for Lufthansa passengers24 November 2009

There are several options on how Lufthansa passenger can check in for their flight: with their mobile, using the automat at the airport or over the counter. Or you they do it from here: from this computer or actually any other computer connected to internet by simply using our online check in service. As early as 23 hours before the flight our passengers can pick their seat and make all preparations for their journey. That leaves them with more time for other things than queuing at the airport.

More about our check in options


Changes in the free baggage allowances effective 01 January 2010

Changes in the free baggage allowances effective 01 January 201016 November 2009

From 01 January 2010 Lufthansa will change the Economy Class baggage allowances for flights operated by between Europe and the USA, Canada and Mexico.
A free baggage allowance of one piece at 23 kg and total dimensions of 158 cm will apply. In addition, one free ski equipment will be allowed. For a second regular baggage item a charge ("2nd Bag Fee") of EUR 40 / USD 50 will be made.
For all further bags or for exceeding the allowed weight or size the current excess baggage rates will remain unchanged.
Lufthansa Status Customers (FTL, SEN, HON and Star Gold Card Members) and other classes/routes are not affected by these changes.
HON Circle members and Senators as well as Star Gold Card holders travelling in Economy Class, can continue to check in three bags weighting 23 kg each.
Frequent Travellers as before can take two bags of 23 kg each in Economy Class.

Information on our Free Baggage Allowance can always be found here


FlyNet takes off again: Lufthansa relaunches inflight Internet

FlyNet takes off again: Lufthansa relaunches inflight Internet10 November 2009

From the middle of next year, Lufthansa's customers will once again enjoy the full freedom to communicate via the Internet above the clouds as the airline relaunches FlyNet, its on-board broadband Internet service. In addition, the new service will permit inflight data transfer over standard GSM/GPRS mobile networks. Thanks to FlyNet, Lufthansa passengers will soon not only have WLAN Internet access but will also be able to send SMS messages by mobile phone and transfer data via smartphones such as PDA, iPhone or BlackBerry devices. Together with its new business partner Panasonic, Lufthansa aims to equip a major part of its long-range fleet with FlyNet within the first year of operation.

FlyNet is impressively user-friendly. Passengers with a WLAN or GSM/GPRS-compatible device can log on from any point in the aircraft cabin, just like at any public hotspot. Depending on the device they are using (i.e. a laptop, mobile phone or a smart phone), passengers can choose to be billed via a mobile service provider or pay by credit card. Various different price models are planned – ranging from a rate by the hour to a monthly flat rate. Passengers should also be able to redeem Miles & More award miles for the use of WLAN Internet connections. The exact price for specific products will be announced at a later date. The service will gradually become available on all Lufthansa’s long-haul flights worldwide.

Find out more about FlyNet


Miles & More welcomes Brussels Airlines frequent flyers

05 November 2009

Privilege loyalty programme successfully integrated into Miles & More on 25 October

On Sunday 25 October, Brussels Airlines successfully completed the switch from its frequent flyer programme, Privilege, to Lufthansa’s loyalty programme, Miles & More. More than 200,000 customers have transferred to Miles & More since May 2009. Most of the new Miles & More members in Belgium have already received a Miles & More card with the respective status and the Brussels Airlines logo.

The full integration of Brussels Airlines into the Miles & More programme will also benefit existing Miles & More members. Since 29 March, they have been able to earn award miles, status miles and HON Circle miles on Brussels Airlines flights and have also been eligible for numerous privileges such as priority check-in, a 25 per cent Executive Bonus on miles earned and access to Brussels Airlines lounges at airports. These privileges will naturally continue to apply. In addition, all additional Miles & More benefits are also available on Brussels Airlines flights since yesterday. These include, for example, booking guarantees for Senators and HON Circle members, guaranteed flight awards for HON Circle members as well as such offers as the Senator Companion Award, which enables an accompanying per-son to book an award flight for half the usual number of miles required, as the One Way Award or as the Child Award (special award for children).

Brussels Airlines is the ninth carrier after Lufthansa, Adria Airways, Air Dolomiti, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, LOT, Luxair and SWISS to offer its customers Miles & More as its own frequent flyer programme. The integration is a key precondition for Brussels Airlines’ successful accession to the Star Alliance on 9 December 2009. The move will also further strengthen the position of Miles & More as Europe’s leading frequent flyer programme with more than 17 million members.


Lufthansa voted Europe's Leading Airline

19 October 2009

Travel professionals from around the world have voted Lufthansa “Europe's Leading Airline” in the 2009 World Travel Awards.

For the second consecutive year, Lufthansa was awarded the title of “Europe’s Leading Airline” at the World Travel Awards 2009 held in Obidos, Portugal, on 17th October. The poll this year was the highest in the World Travel Awards' 16-year history, with over 170,000 industry professionals casting their votes for what they consider to be the very best travel, tourism and hospitality products and services in Europe.

“This award demonstrates our customers’ appreciation of Lufthansa's brand and recognises Lufthansa’s continuous efforts to offer the best in network coverage, connectivity and flexibility”, says Dr Karsten Benz, Lufthansa Vice President Sales and Services Europe. “Travellers appreciate the Lufthansa product, “Mobility à la Carte”, offering lead-in Economy Class return fares from as little as 99 euros through to fully flexible Business Class products. Regardless of the fare paid, Lufthansa customers are guaranteed an outstanding on-board product to around 200 destinations in nearly 80 countries worldwide, serving the most conveniently located airports across over 100 European destinations.”

The World Travel Awards are the most comprehensive and most prestigious awards programme in the global travel industry today. According to the Wall Street Journal, the award is the "travel industry's equivalent to the Oscars"

The World Travel Awards were conceived in 1993 to acknowledge and celebrate excellence in the world's travel and tourism industry. Now in their sixteenth year, travel professionals and discerning travellers have come to regard the World Travel Awards as the very best endorsement that a travel product could hope to receive.

Find out more about the World Travel Awards on


Winter timetable: flights to 191 destinations in 78 countries

Winter timetable: flights to 191 destinations in 78 countries14 October 2009

In view of weaker demand in the coming winter flight schedules, Lufthansa is reducing the number of its weekly flights, especially on German and European routes. All in all, a total of 12,406 weekly flights will be laid on the new winter timetable (previous year: 13,402), a decrease of 7.4 per cent. Through gradual withdrawal of smaller regional aircraft and the deployment of larger types, the available seat capacity will remain stable in a year-on-year comparison. Overall, through fleet re-dimensioning, the capacity – measured in available seat kilometres - will increase marginally by 1.1 per cent, principally through the use of new aircraft in inter-continental traffic. The winter timetable 2009/2010 is valid for the period commencing Sunday, 25 October 2009 through to Saturday, 27 March 2010.

In the new winter flight schedules, Lufthansa is offering connections to 191 destinations in 78 countries (compared with 194 destinations in 79 countries in winter 2008/09). With 11,282 German domestic and European flights weekly (previous year: 12,278 flights), the downsizing is mainly in the continental route network. Long-haul services in contrast with a weekly 1,146 intercontinental flights (previous year: 1,124 flights) will increase margin-ally.

Despite the necessary cuts, Lufthansa is continuing to develop new, strategically important growth markets. Among its principal targets are West and Central Africa. Lufthansa is further increasing its services in that region and will be flying daily to the Nigerian capital Abuja when the new timetable starts. Those flights will continue thrice-weekly to Malabo (Equatorial Guinea) and four times weekly to Nigeria’s Port Harcourt, which is thus featuring anew in the timetable. In July, the biggest German airline is commencing a new connection to Libreville in Gabon. In this region, rich in raw materials, Lufthansa is also flying to Luanda (Angola) and Lagos (Nigeria). In comparison with the previous year, Lufthansa is doubling its services to the oil-producing countries in West and Central Africa from 11 to 21 flights weekly.

The airlines in the Lufthansa Group – Austrian Airlines, bmi, Brussels Airlines and SWISS – are also commencing their winter flight schedules on 25 October. In harness with Lufthansa, all five airlines are together serving 254 destinations in 101 countries on four continents via their hubs at Brussels, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, London-Heathrow, Munich, Vienna and Zurich. They are also each augmenting their own services with an array of code-share fights with partner airlines.


Enjoy a virtual experience as an airline pilot

22 September 2009

Wherever your travels take you, with Lufthansa and SWISS you will arrive at your destination quickly and in comfort. With Europe's biggest route network, we offer you over 2.600 daily flights to more than 170 destinations via Frankfurt, Munich and Zurich.

Our three hubs are among the most modern in the world and hold out the promise of optimal transfer times, the minimum of walking, efficient processes, particularly comfortable lounges and much more besides.

Start your virtual flight and get to know our connections, learn about our hubs, our on board services, frequent flyer programmes and of course our eFly services.

Fly across Europe with our Navigator


Enhanced Lufthansa Business Jet

17 September 2009

From end-September 2009 three B737-800 aircraft will be deployed as Business Jets. All three Lufthansa Business Jets will then be equipped with the new Lufthansa Business Class seat and integrated Inflight Entertainment. With these conversions, the full Business Class product on board all aircraft operated for Lufthansa by PrivatAir will be offered from winter 2009/2010.

The Business Jet on the routes from Frankfurt to Bahrain and Dammam will operate as a two-class version from 06 October, additionally equipped with Economy seats.

The aircraft between Munich and Tel Aviv, as well as Munich to Cairo will also be a two-class version. And as of 28 March 2010 it will also be on the route Munich - Tashkent.

The Business Jet on the Frankfurt - Pune route will remain a pure Business Class Jet.

Due to the re-equipping of the Business Jets, Lufthansa can still provide an enhanced and comfortable offer for our customers, also to destinations where business doesn’t justify wide-bodied aircrafts.

DestinationFlight numberDepartureArrival
Frankfurt - PuneLH76814:35 hrs03:20 hrs +1
Pune - FrankfurtLH76905:25 hrs09:45 hrs +1
Frankfurt - BahrainLH62413:45 hrs21:30 hrs
Bahrain - FrankfurtLH62500:45 hrs05:30 hrs
Frankfurt - Dammam LH62613:40 hrs21:20 hrs
Dammam - FrankfurtLH62701:25 hrs05:55 hrs
09 Nov 2009 - 26 Mar 2010
Munich - Tel AvivLH68809:25 hrs14:05 hrs
Tel Aviv - MunichLH68915:15 hrs18:30 hrs
Munich - CairoLH58609:05 hrs13:55 hrs
Cairo - MunichLH58715:05 hrs18:25 hrs
As of 28 Mar 2010
Munich - TashkentLH64420:15 hrs05:00 hrs +1
Tashkent - MunichLH64506:45 hrs10:15 hrs

Lufthansa expands its services to Africa

15 September 2009

40% more capacity on routes to Nigeria / Daily non-stop flights to Abuja this winter / Flights to Port Harcourt resumed

Lufthansa is further boosting its services to Africa and increasing the number of flights it operates to Nigeria from ten to 14 per week.

Following the introduction of the winter timetable on 25 October 2009, with these four additional flights, passengers will be able to fly daily from Frankfurt to the Nigerian capital Abuja. This service will be operated non-stop, enabling passengers to reach the young metropolis, which is located in the centre of Nigeria, in just six hours from Frankfurt. Three times a week, flights to Abuja will continue on to Malabo in Equatorial Guinea.

Lufthansa is also resuming services to Port Harcourt, and will operate onward flights from Abuja to the Nigerian port city four times a week.


Lufthansa listed again in Dow Jones Sustainability Index

Lufthansa listed in Dow Jones Sustainability Index 15 September 2009

Top marks for efficiency, noise reduction and human resources development

Lufthansa has in 2009 again been listed in the globally recognised Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DSJI). In comparison with the previous year, the Group improved its economic, environmental and social performance rating and attained its highest overall score in the DSJI Index since it was first included in 1999.

Lufthansa is setting standards in social commitment and is the industry’s global leader in that category. It achieved the highest rating for human resources development, recruitment of highly qualified talents and employee retention. In the assessment of its environmental performance, Lufthansa obtained top marks for noise reduction and local air quality.

More information about the activities, progress and targets of the Lufthansa Group in respect of environmental and economic performance, social commitment and corporate governance is available on the global website under the heading “Responsibility”.


Lufthansa commences flights ex Munich to Taschkent

15 September 2009

First Lufthansa direct connection from Munich hub to Central Asia

Lufthansa is commencing services from Munich to Taschkent from 28 March 2010, with thrice-weekly flights to the Uzbek capital. The route will be flown for Lufthansa by a Boeing 737 operated by the Swiss carrier, PrivatAir, seating 24 passengers in Business Class and 84 in Economy Class. “With this new destination, we are laying on a first direct connection from our Munich hub to Central Asia. Our passengers will enjoy very personal comfort on the route on board the Boeing 737-800,“ said Thomas Klühr, Group Representative and Head of Hub Management Munich.

Taschkent, the largest city in Uzbekistan, has a population of about two million. Rich in commodities and farm produce, the Country has incentivised a number of prominent companies to establish a presence there. Germany is one of Uzbekistan’s principal import partners and an important export partner. Tashkent also boasts an array of tourist attractions and is a key staging post for trips on the Silk Road.

The new connection at a glance

Munich – Taschkent, Uzbekistan
Three-letter code/
Time (summer)
Munich, Terminal 2 (MUC); GMT + 02:00 hours.
Taschkent Airport (TAS); GMT + 05:00 hours.
(all times in local time)
NEW from 28 March 2010 (Inaugural flight ex Munich)
Flights Tuesdays/Thursdays/Sundays
LH644 Munich 20.15 hours – Taschkent 05.05 hours
LH645 Taschkent 06.45 hours – Munich 10.15 hours
Flight duration
Munich – Taschkent: 06 hours 10 minutes
Distance4,485 kilometres / 2,787 miles
Aircraft typeBoeing 737-800 (operated by PrivatAir)
Cabin configuration108 seats

Double status miles for frequent flyers

Double status miles for frequent flyers 08 September 2009

Two-month campaign for Miles & More members on flights within Europe

Flying with Lufthansa is now worth double for Miles & More members: In the next two months, you will be earning double status miles on each flight within Germany and Europe. Lufthansa is taking this step to help customers achieve, retain or enhance their status in the Miles & More programme. Miles & More members must simply register at to participate in the “Double Status Miles” campaign.

The campaign began on 1 September and ends on 31 October 2009. Aside from flights operated by Lufthansa, customers can also accrue double status miles on flights with Adria Airways, Air Dolomiti, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Luxair and SWISS.

With status miles, Miles & More members acquire and retain the status of frequent traveller and of Senator. Status customers enjoy an array of privileges, including lounge access at airports, waiting list priority or extra allowance for free baggage. Frequent traveller status is acquired by members for accumulating 35,000 status miles in a given calendar year regardless of their domicile. Members resident in Germany obtain Senator status for earning 130,000 status miles in a given calendar year, those living outside Germany acquire a Senator card after accruing 100,000 status miles in the same period.


New Lufthansa Senator Lounge in Munich

03 September 2009

More amenities are in the offing for Lufthansa’s passengers with Senator status at Munich Airport: A further Senator Lounge with around 700 square metres of floor space has opened in Terminal 2 on 1 September, and ideally enhances the Senator Cafe and Senator Lounge in the EU Departures area.

Warm earthy tones combined with puristic elements dominate the interior design. At centre stage is the bar with a wide choice of freshly by brewed coffee, liqueurs and non-alcoholic drinks. “Lufthansa is continuing to invest in Terminal 2 despite the difficult market environment. With this new lounge we are responding to frequent customer requests. We are now offering them even more comfort in a pleasant atmosphere,” said Munich Station Manager Stephan Klar.

In the comfort zone, deep leather chairs are an inviting prospect to take it easy. For the more industrious, the new lounge includes ten workstations, some with integrated computer. In the bistro area, passengers can choose from a variety of hot and cold meals or drinks. An assortment of newspapers and magazines keeps passengers entertained and posted on the latest news, TV programmes are beamed on three screens.


Lufthansa agrees code-share accord with JetBlue

Lufthansa agrees code-share accord with JetBlue02 September 2009

Customers benefit initially from twelve new destinations in USA and Puerto Rico

Lufthansa is offering customers extended travel options in the USA and Puerto Rico under a code-sharing agreement with the US-airline JetBlue. JetBlue flights to the following destinations will in future be offered under the Lufthansa code: Buffalo, Syracuse, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Raleigh-Durham, Austin, New Orleans, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, West Palm Beach and San Juan.

Passengers heading to those destinations can fly initially with Lufthansa from Frankfurt and Munich to New York JFK or Boston and transit seamlessly there to connecting flights bearing the Lufthansa code with JetBlue.

The flights will be available at the end of September. They can then be booked at travel agencies, online at or at the Lufthansa Call Center.


Spend Miles & More miles at the FAUCHON online boutique

Spend Miles & More miles at the FAUCHON online boutique01 September 2009

Profit from your Miles & More programme advantages to order products from the FAUCHON online boutique.

Ordering a product from FAUCHON’s online boutique allows you to share the finest of France's culinary heritage - joyful, generous, modern and refined with a touch of Parisian elegance, infused with an illustrious history. Fine chocolates, sweet and savoury gourmet foods, champagnes, gifts starting at 7,500 miles.

All prices are displayed in € as well as miles. When you reach the payment step, select the "Miles & More" payment option. Miles will automatically be deducted from your Miles & More account. You must have at least 7,500 miles in your account before you can start spending them.

More information about the Miles & More shopping possibilities at FAUCHON


Libreville in Gabon - new destination in Africa

08 June 2009

From 15 July on, Lufthansa is expanding its route network and incorporating Libreville (LBV), the capital of Gabon on the west coast of Africa, in its flight schedule. The new destination will be flown via Frankfurt five times a week with an Airbus A330 offering the full Lufthansa product with Economy, Business and First Class. All flights to Libreville will be routed via Accra (ACC), in Ghana.

The new frequencies (all times local):

day 1FRA 11:10 - 15:40 ACC 16:25 - 19:25 LBV
day 2, 6FRA 11:00 - 15:30 ACC 16:15 - 19:15 LBV
day 3, 4FRA 10:55 - 15:25 ACC 16:10 - 19:10 LBV
day 1, 6LBV 20:55 - 21:50 ACC 23:00 - 07:25 +1 FRA
day 2LBV 20:45 - 21:40 ACC 22:50 - 07:15 +1 FRA
day 3, 4LBV 20:40 - 21:35 ACC 22:45 - 07:10 +1 FRA

Lufthansa Business Jet innovations

04 June 2009

Lufthansa Business Jet is the product with only one class of service: Business Class. On board there are only 44 to 56 seats depending on aircraft which offers a top-level service. Lufthansa Business Jet is operated by PrivatAir with jets from Frankfurt and Munich to Boston, Dubai, Pune (India) and New York.

A progressive refitting of our Lufthansa Business Jets is currently taking place. An installation of our new Business Class seat of the latest generation together with a conversion of the jets' Inflight Entertainment system will make it possible to offer our full Business Class product on board all PrivatAir operated Lufthansa Business Jets from this autumn.


More comfort and legroom with new Economy Class seats

04 June 2009

Lufthansa began in February to equip the Economy Class of the Airbus A340-300 fleet with new seats. Twelve of total 26 long-haul aircraft have already been re-equipped. The remaining 14 aircraft of the part-fleet will progressively be fitted with new Economy Class seats so that the conversion will be completed by the beginning of next year.

The new seats from the noted German seat manufacturer Recaro impress in particular due to further developments of the ergonomic flow of their lines, which guarantee great seating comfort and also provide more legroom.

The highly varied entertainment system with a choice of 12 up-to-date movies, international music channels and a current TV program ensures top entertainment.

The touch screen enables easy and comfortable operation and the look of Economy Class was also given a new quality by the seats reflecting the modern Lufthansa design in both colors and forms.


Fly Lufthansa worldwide without a paper ticket

04 June 2009

Mobile boarding pass now available on almost all routes from Germany
More than 85.000 users per month

The mobile boarding pass service introduced recently by Lufthansa on its Frankfurt-Vancouver route has been extended and is now available on many other routes, including almost all long-haul flights departing from Germany.

More and more passengers are taking advantage of this fast, flexible and convenient check-in service and having their boarding pass sent to an Internet-enabled cell phone in the form of a 2D barcode. About 85.000 passengers a month are now using this innovative service, which does away with the need for paper documents. With the exception of flights departing from Germany, the mobile boarding pass can now be used on flights from more than 30 airports in Europe and from all Lufthansa destinations in Canada.

In addition to the relevant flight data, such as the passenger’s name, flight number and departure time, the boarding pass contains a 2D barcode, which permits passengers to pass through the security checkpoints and then proceed straight to their departure gate. There, the barcode is read by a scanner, enabling passengers to board the aircraft directly.

Lufthansa passengers with an Internet-enabled mobile device can request an electronic boarding pass via the mobile portal or they can check in online via the Internet. The only identification they need at check-in is their booking code combined with their name.

Since the end of April, Lufthansa’s Online Check-in service has also offered a range of new options. In future, passengers who are travelling together will be able to check in independently and select seats next to one another even if they have not made a joint booking. All they have to do is click on “Add passenger” when checking in online. Passengers who have already checked in via the Online or Mobile Check-in service can now also change an existing seat assignment on the Internet.


High-class service in Lufthansa lounges

04 June 2009

Lufthansa is investing more than 150 million EUR in new lounges and upgrades. An ambitious concept. By the year 2013, the airline’s worldwide array of lounges is to  be revamped to lift air travel for passengers to a higher plateau.

Follow us on a journey through our lounges


Miles & More to become Brussels Airlines’ new frequent flyer programme

Miles & More to become Brussels Airlines’ new frequent flyer programme03 June 2009

Privilege, the frequent flyer programme operated by Brussels Airlines, will be transferred to Miles & More from the end of October 2009. Brussels Airlines passengers will then be able to collect miles with more airlines and partner companies and redeem them for attractive awards. For the most part, Privilege members’ mileage accounts will be converted at a one-for-one ratio, and customers’ respective status will also be recognised.

This move marks the latest step in the ongoing expansion of the frequent flyer partnership launched by both airlines at the start of the summer timetable. Since the beginning of April, passengers on Lufthansa and Brussels Airline flights have been able to earn and redeem miles with the respective partner airline. Furthermore, status customers of both airlines benefit from additional privileges such as more generous free baggage allowances, preferential baggage claim and lounge access as well as the use of dedicated check-in counters.

Invitation to switch programmes

Members of the Privilege loyalty programme will receive a personal invitation to join Miles & More. Once they have given their consent, all the miles in their account will be transferred to Miles & More at a one-for-one ratio. Transferred award miles will be valid for at least three years. Privilege members with the Platinum status will receive the Miles & More Senator card, while Gold Card members will be awarded the Frequent Traveller status.

In future, Brussels Airlines will represent Miles & More in Belgium and will provide customer care services to all Miles & More members resident in Belgium and to the carrier’s partners in Belgium. The new customer cards will be sent out in October 2009. Migration from Privilege to Miles & More should be completed before the introduction of the 2009 winter timetable. Until then, passengers can continue to earn and redeem miles as usual within the Privilege system.

Miles & More – Europe’s largest frequent flyer programme

Miles & More is the frequent flyer programme at Lufthansa, Adria Airways, Air Dolomiti, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Luxair and SWISS. With more than 17 million members, it is Europe’s leading frequent flyer programme. For more information about the extensive partner portfolio and offers, please visit

Accession to Star Alliance

With Miles & More as its new loyalty programme, Brussels Airlines is moving one step closer towards joining Star Alliance. Brussels Airlines passengers who have attained frequent flyer status stand to benefit most from the additional advantages and services provided in the air and on the ground by the 24 airlines that belong to the world’s largest airline alliance. Star Alliance member airlines offer flights to 912 destinations in 159 countries and have more than 800 airport lounges worldwide.


Out of the ordinary: Lufthansa Business Class

An out of the ordinary offer for something out of the ordinary: Lufthansa Business Class01 June 2009

When travelling with Lufthansa, you can be sure to arrive at your destination reliably and fully relaxed. We welcome you to experience the comfort we offer on board in our Business Class.

Discover a high standard of comfort when sitting and sleeping and many other exceptional services. When it comes to cuisine, too, Lufthansa Business Class offers you plenty of extras and culinary treats, which you can thoroughly enjoy. No matter if you want to enjoy extraordinary service on long-haul, medium-haul or short-haul flights - the Lufthansa business class is always the right choice.

Find general information about the Lufthansa Business Class service here


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