Lufthansa:Tickets, Schedules and Routes

  • Countries: 81
  • Cities: 211
  • Daily Connections: 1100

    Facilities

  • Power Outlet
  • Wifi
  • Refreshments
  • Media
  • AC
  • WC
  • Seat Reservation
  • Luggage
  • Allows Bicycle
 

About Lufthansa

Lufthansa, also known as Deutsche Lufthansa, is the flagship airline of Germany as well as the largest airline in Europe based on passengers carried and the size of its fleet when combined with its subsidiaries. The majority of Lufthansa flights are to international destinations, as the airline flies mainly to and from the Frankfurt and Munich hubs. Germanwings, which is owned by Lufthansa, provides the majority of domestic flights operated by the Lufthansa Group within Germany as well as throughout Europe.



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Where can I go with Lufthansa?

Popular destinations with Lufthansa across Europe


The two main hubs for Lufthansa are at Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport, with the headquarters located in Cologne, Germany. Some of the most popular destinations to travel with Lufthansa are below, with average prices.

Flights to Vienna From £140
Flights to Munich From £64
Flights to Frankfurt From £110
Flights to Zurich From £80
Flights to Lisbon From £100






FAQ - Tickets, Service und Information

Lufthansa Tickets

Where can I buy Lufthansa tickets?

  • On the Lufthansa website, or here with GoEuro, online or with the app.
  • What are the different Lufthansa ticket types?

  • Lufthansa offers four different ticket classes for its scheduled services, each of which offers a high standard of travel service. Economy class offers the best value, and passengers can choose from Economy Flex Fares that offer flexibility in changing or cancelling flights and accrue more miles in their loyalty programme, or Economy Basic Fares that offer the most affordable and straightforward fares for booking.
  • All passengers in Economy benefit from more legroom than normal economy cabins, in-flight entertainment, one free checked bag, and a complimentary selection of food and drinks.
  • Premium Economy for select international flights offers more comfortable seating and space, two free checked bags weighing up to 23 kg, a welcome drink upon boarding, larger in-flight entertainment screens, a food menu as well as the opportunity to access the lounges at an additional fee.
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    Luggage on Lufthansa

  • Economy Class: 1 bag weighing up to 23kg.
  • Premium Economy: 2 bags per passenger weighing up to 23kg.
  • Business Class: 2 bags per passenger weighing up to 32kg.
  • First Class: 3 bags weighing up to 32kg.
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    More Information

  • In-flight food and drinks are available for all passengers as well as in-flight entertainment on most flights. On long-haul journeys, the airline offers Internet access on 90% of its flights with Lufthansa FlyNet, which can be paid for with currency or miles.
  • Seats in Business Class on long-haul flights are being updated throughout 2015 to offer fully reclining flat bed options.
  • Lufthansa’s First Class provides the highest service standards for luxury travelling and has been rated 5-stars by Skytrax. Lie-flat beds on long-haul flights, gourmet food and drink choices, and attentive care throughout the flight are promised with the First Class experience.
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