Current flight information
Lufthansa current flight schedule
Please find below information about flights to and from India.
Lufthansa flights until 28 February 2021 are available for booking to India as per the Air Travel Bubble arrangement between Germany and India.
Upcoming Lufthansa Flights
|From||to||Flight No.||Dep||Arr||Days of Departure|
|Frankfurt||Delhi||LH 760||13:15||01:50+1||Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat|
|Frankfurt||Mumbai||LH 756||12:15||01:05+1||Wed, Fri, Sun|
|Frankfurt||Bengaluru||LH 754||12:15||01:55+1||Mon, Wed, Fri|
AIR TRAVEL BUBBLE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR BOOKINGS EFFECTIVE 21st OCTOBER, 2020 ONWARDS
A. All Diplomats travelling between India and anywhere on the Lufthansa Group Network
B. Any Indian national holding a valid visa and all Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding passport issued by any country in the EU/Schengen area, South America or Africa only and originating from any country in the EU/Schengen area, South America or Africa.
C. Foreigners holding valid visa (not OCI) issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020 as amended from time to time
D. All Seamen traveling from the EU/Schengen Area, South America and Africa into India
Passengers are requested to recheck travel eligibility based on the above and accordingly purchase tickets at their own responsibility.
All electronic visas issued prior to April 2020 stand revoked.
1. As per Government of India requirements, all passengers have to REGISTER WITH THE INDIAN MISSION(S) IN GERMANY, prior to departure via the following link. This is a mandatory requirement for travel on these flights.
a. Passengers are required to produce a confirmation of the same at check-in
b. This process is mandatory even if the passenger has previously registered on a similar Indian Embassy website in his/her country of origin
c. Even if the journey originates outside of Germany, passengers must register on the above link and make sure to select “Germany” as departure country on the web-page.
d. In case your Lufthansa flight number is not yet reflecting on the registration site, you can complete the registration process by selecting any flight to your final destination on, or close to, the chosen date of departure. Additionally, you can mention your Lufthansa Flight Number, Date and Time in the ‘Remarks’ section of the above-stated link.
2. All passengers travelling to Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru MUST submit SELF-DECLARATION FORM on the online portal (please CLICK HERE) at least 72 hours before the scheduled travel. This is a mandatory requirement for travel on these flights.
3. QUARANTINE AND SELF-MONITORING REGULATIONS
a. Travelers may seek exemption from institutional quarantine by submitting a negative RT-PCR test report. This test should have been conducted within 72 hours prior to undertaking the journey. The test report should be uploaded on the portal (CLICK HERE for the portal) for consideration. Each passenger shall also submit a declaration with respect to authenticity of the report and will be liable for criminal prosecution, if found otherwise. The test report could also be produced upon arrival at the point of entry airport in India.
b. International passengers arriving without an RT-PCR negative certificate and wishing to seek exemption from institutional quarantine may also avail the facility available at the airports to undergo RT-PCR testing (where such provisions exist).
i. On arrival, RT-PCR facility is available at the Delhi airport provided by GMR along with the Government of India. More information can be found at https://www.newdelhiairport.in/covid19 and https://www.newdelhiairport.in/covid19-rtpcr-test-appointment-booking.
ii. RT-PCR facility is also available at the Mumbai airport. More information can be found here
c. All such passengers opting for exemption from institutional quarantine (as in Para 3a and 3b above) shall undertake self-monitoring of their health and will be exempted from quarantine.
d. International passengers arriving without RT-PCR negative certificate and not opting for RT PCR test at airport (if facility is available) / arriving at an airport where testing facility is not available will have to undergo mandatory 7 days’ institutional quarantine and 7 days’ home quarantine.
4. It is mandatory for all passengers to DOWNLOAD THE “AAROGYA SETU” application on their mobile devices before boarding.
5. FOR ALL PASSENGERS TRAVELLING TO MUMBAI (ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS):
For passengers having their final destination in Maharashtra:
a. All passengers will be screened for presence of symptoms and if found symptomatic shall be subjected to RT-PCR sample testing with all the necessary precautions. These symptomatic passengers shall be sent to identified hospital in the city and get admitted and should be treated accordingly.
b. All other passengers shall undergo 14 days of mandatory paid Institutional Quarantine at arrival city, at their own expense. These passengers shall NOT BE ALLOWED outside the designated quarantine facility before 14 days, in any condition.
6. FOR ALL PASSENGERS TRAVELLING TO BENGALURU (ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS):
a. All passengers arriving in Bengaluru must have a negative RT-PCR test report (test conducted within 72 hours prior to undertaking the journey). They may be asked to present the same.
b. All passengers must download AAROGYA SETU APP AND APTHAMITRA APP on their mobile devices.
c. For DETAILED GUIDELINES for each category of international passengers arriving at Bengaluru Airport, please CLICK HERE
7. INTERNATIONAL TO DOMESTIC TRANSFERS - If the final destination is not the arrival airport of the international journey:
Onward domestic flight ?
arrival from your international flight, if you have an onward domestic
flight within India you may need to present a negative RT-PCR test
report ( conducted within 72 hours prior to undertaking the journey). If
you do not have this report, as an international to domestic transfer
passenger you have an option of getting an RT-PCR testing done at the
testing centers at Delhi/Mumbai airport at a charge.
TIP : Testing and getting the result report may take up to 8 hours. Therefore plan your onward domestic travel accordingly or best to do the test in advance prior to travel.
i. For information on testing facilitates at New Delhi Airport, please CLICK HERE
ii. For details of testing facilities at Mumbai Airport, please CLICK HERE
8. All passengers must go through the Guidelines for International arrivals issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Passengers must ensure they fulfill all requirements mentioned in the same. Please CLICK HERE for the guidelines.
Protocol, health measures and quarantine regulations related to
COVID-19 implemented in India and as applicable at Destination State
/Union Territories Government are to be adhered. Please find the same HERE
10. Passengers are personally responsible to comply with the regulations and must also check transit Germany regulations, where applicable. For latest information on Entry/Exit rules for Europe, please CLICK HERE
All passengers have to comply by health and sanitization measures
applicable by the airlines and at origin & destination countries.
12. For the various health and safety measures to be followed onboard, CLICK HERE
At the time of boarding the flight, passengers will have to undergo
thermal screening as per health protocol. Only
asymptomatic travelers would be allowed to board the flight.
Tickets can be bought on www.lufthansa.com or via your Travel Agent. For any queries regarding these flights, please contact your local Customer Support.
Bookings should be updated with valid email IDs and mobile numbers of the passengers. Kindly refrain from inserting only the travel agency’s email ID.
Lufthansa flights until 28 February 2021 are available for booking from India as per the Air Travel Bubble arrangement between Germany and India. Please check flight availability on Lufthansa.com or with any travel agent of your choice.
Upcoming Lufthansa Flights
|From||to||Flight No.||Dep||Arr||Days of Departure|
|Delhi||Frankfurt||LH 761||03:35||08:05||Tue, Thu, Fri, Sun|
|Mumbai||Frankfurt||LH 757||02:55||07:50||Mon, Thu, Sat|
|Bengaluru||Frankfurt||LH 755||03:35||09:35||Tue, Thu, Sat|
IF YOUR FINAL DESTINATION IS GERMANY, as per the directions of the German Health Ministry, it is mandatory to pre-register HERE. Each passenger is required to PRESENT THE COPY OF CONFIRMATION OF DIGITAL ENTRY REGISTRATION to the immigration authorities. Passengers who fail to present this form can be denied boarding.
For updated rules for persons entering Germany, please click here
Forms for minors or individuals in the care of another person must be completed and signed by the person responsible for them. One form must be completed per person. Online registration is prioritized.
Online Registration Mandatory for all passengers entering / transiting Germany to a final Schengen destination.
AIR TRAVEL BUBBLE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR BOOKINGS EFFECTIVE 21ST OCTOBER, 2020 ONWARDS
Special criteria apply on Lufthansa flights to/from India under the Indian Air Travel Bubble. Kindly ensure that you fulfil one of the below listed eligibility criteria:
A. All Diplomats travelling between India and anywhere on the Lufthansa Group Network
B. Any Indian national holding a valid visa and all Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding passports issued by any country in the EU/Schengen area, South America or Africa only and destined for any country in the EU/Schengen area, South America or Africa.
C. Foreign nationals/residents destined for the EU/Schengen area, South America or Africa or spouses of these persons, whether accompanying or otherwise and destined for any country in the EU/Schengen area, South America or Africa.
D. Foreigners holding valid visa (not OCI) issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020 as amended from time to time
E. All Seamen outbound from India. Seamen holding Indian passports would be allowed, subject to clearance from the Ministry of Shipping.
CURRENT VISA CRITERIA FOR ENTRY INTO AND TRANSIT THROUGH GERMANY
As visa regulations are currently changing very frequently, passengers are requested to always confirm the eligibility of their travel documentation from the respective Missions of their final destination and/or a German Mission with regards to transiting via Frankfurt/Munich.
Following visa categories to Germany and the Schengen region may serve as guidance:
Students on Long Term Category “D” visa issued for study purpose travelling directly to the country of visa issuance as long as the studies cannot be carried out completely abroad**
Students on Long Term Category “D” visa issued by German Embassy for study purpose with destination Germany.**
** Travel on Long Term Category “D” visa for study purpose is valid as long as the studies cannot be carried out completely abroad. Students must present a certificate issued by their EU university, stating that their physical presence in the respective Schengen Country is necessary, to the Border Police in Frankfurt/Munich.
Family reunion visa (Category “D”)
Long-Term (Category “D”) visa for employment in health and health research sectors, for care of the elderly as well as specialists and highly qualified workers whose employment is economically necessary and whose work cannot be postponed or carried out abroad
Or, any other category that may be allowed by the EU Destination Country and permitted to transit via Frankfurt or Munich; for example, Schengen visas issued in April or later, for essential personal and business reasons, like marriage, funeral, critical medical condition of close family member, birth of baby, or visit of a partner in a long-distance relationship.
The final decision on the validity of documents for entering or transiting via Germany lies with the German Border Police (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Frankfurt and (email@example.com) for Munich.
Passengers should purchase tickets at their own responsibility after rechecking for travel eligibility.
Passengers are personally responsible to comply with the regulations and must also check transit Germany regulations, where applicable. For latest information on Entry/Exit rules for Europe, please click here
All passengers have to comply with health and sanitization measures applicable by the airlines and at origin & destination countries.
You are required to report at the Airport, at least 4 hours before the departure of the flight. The Check-in for the flight will close 90 minutes before departure time, irrespective of travel class.
For the various health and safety measures to be followed onboard , CLICK HERE
At the time of boarding the flight, passengers will have to undergo thermal screening as per health protocol. Only asymptomatic travelers would be allowed to board the flight.
information is regularly updated and prepared with the greatest possible
care to the best of Lufthansa’s knowledge at the time of publication.
Due to the fast evolving nature of the countries’ responses to the
COVID-19 outbreak, we cannot guarantee any accuracy and can assume no
liability for the topicality, correctness, completeness or quality of
the information provided. Lufthansa reserves the right to change
information at any time. Lufthansa offers links to third party websites
only as a courtesy and accepts no responsibility for third-party
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Please Note: Passengers have to undertake that in case of deportation, the entire cost towards deportation penalty, return fare and cost of Quarantine will be borne by the passenger.
Due to the requirements of the German Federal Police of January 13, 2021, passengers from Brazil, Great Britain, Ireland and South Africa are subject to extended travel conditions. Lufthansa may carry all booked passengers on departures from these countries under the following conditions
- all passengers must present a negative PCR-/Antigen- (COVID-19) test result at the time of departure, which is not older than 48 hours prior to the scheduled arrival time in Germany (this applies both to guests who end their trip in Germany but also to guests with an onward flight)
- all passengers (including those with connecting flights to a destination outside Germany) must register online at the following link: https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de/
- all passengers with a connecting flight to a destination outside Germany must, in addition to the above obligations, comply with the entry requirements of the relevant destination country
- all guests with a final destination in Germany must observe the local quarantine regulations. Information on this can be found here
As stated above, only passengers (except children under 6 years of age) with a negative Corona test may be carried. The test must be presented on paper or in an electronic document in German or English upon departure. The test on which the result is based must have been taken no more than 48 hours before the planned arrival in Germany. The underlying test (PCR/antigen) must meet the requirements of the Robert Koch Institute (https://www.rki.de/tests). The testing requirement applies to all passengers, even if an onward flight to a destination outside Germany is booked. Passengers are requested to contact the Federal Police directly for further inquiries.
Reservations for passengers with a connecting flight to a Schengen-state may have been cancelled due to previous legal regulations. Affected guests are requested to contact Lufthansa to reactivate their flight booking.
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Your safety and well-being are our highest priority.
Starting Monday, 08 Jun it becomes mandatory to wear a face mask during boarding, the flight and while leaving the aircraft. All Lufthansa Group cabin crew with direct customer contact will of course also be wearing appropriate protection. Together we can ensure that travel remains safe even in times of the coronavirus.
Before you start your travel, please make yourself familiar with the country specific regulations along your journey – it is already compulsory at many airports to wear a face mask.
We kindly ask you to bring your own face mask and, for the sake of sustainability, we recommend a reusable cloth mask. Of course, you may use any type of face covering, such as simple disposable masks or even scarves.
Many countries are currently issuing decrees on entry and/or quarantine regulations. Additionally, it is compulsory to wear a face mask at many airports.
Entry and/or transit regulations, as well as the policies concerning face masks at the individual airports, are subject to change on short notice. We advise you, to make yourself familiar with the country-specific regulations along your journey before you start your travels.
More information can be found here.
Entry restrictions might be subject to change on short notice. We urgently ask you, before you start your journey to inform yourself about the current regulations via the websites of the German Federal Police or the Robert-Koch-Institute.
Due to the complex and restrictive entry regulations of individual European countries, Lufthansa will collect passport / ID card data for all flights from Germany to European Destinations since 06 May.
This will be done via an automated query during check-in. Please make sure you check the current regulations of your destination country before you start your journey and have your passport documents or ID cards ready even on intra-European flights.
You can find the latest information about rebooking options here:
Travel and corona
It’s time to be reunited with the world. This page will show you the destinations that Lufthansa is already flying to again, the hygiene measures we have introduced and what you can do to travel safely and flexibly.
Entry regulations for your destination
You will find the latest entry regulations for your destination here.
Extended rebooking options
Stay flexible and modify your bookings without paying a rebooking fee.