Lufthansa Airlines

Lufthansa AirlinesAround 1920s, Germany witnessed a boom of several small aviation companies; however, only two survived the competition - Deutscher Aero Llyod and Junkers Luftverkehr. These two companies shook hands on January 6, 1926 to form 'Deutsche Luft Hansa AG'. It was in 1960 that Lufthansa Airlines made a transition from mechanically propelled aircraft to its first jet-propelled Boeing B707. This ensured expansion of route network and addition of numerous new flights to its schedule. Moreover, the low air fare of the airline helped it in attracting a large number of passengers on board. The increasing number of aircrafts helped Lufthansa Airlines flights to cover many destinations across the globe. In 1990s, Lufthansa Airlines set base in Berlin and went on to form the Star Alliance, which is an alliance between prominent airlines around the world. After its privatisation in 1997, the Lufthansa Airlines never looked back and went on to become one of the leading airlines in the aviation industry. Moving ahead, in 2012 Lufthansa Airlines became the first to own and fly the futuristic Boeing 747-8. With the next generation aircrafts in its fleet, the airline is providing cutting-edge seats to passengers, making air travel more convenient. Lufthansa Airlines provides a convenient online booking facility to passengers, making the purchase of air tickets simple. less
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Destination & Services

Being a founding member of Star Alliance, Lufthansa Airlines benefits from a large number of alliances and serves many destinations worldwide. Operating from Berlin, Lufthansa Airlines connects popular destinations like Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich, Zurich, Hannover and Nuremberg. Lufthansa Airlines flights serve top cities in France including Paris, Lyon, Toulouse and Montpellier. The airline also offers numerous regular and direct flights to countries like Czech Republic, Poland and Italy. Some of the top cities covered in these countries include Prague, Milan, Rome and Bologna. With a number of alliances, Lufthansa Airlines offers a comprehensive schedule to passengers. From all around the world, passengers benefit from the low air fare of Lufthansa flights. This airline has a dedicated crew, which ensures that passengers stay comfortable during the flight. The airline also operates long haul flights to Stockholm, Helsinki, Moscow, Israel and Lebanon. Other international destinations served by Lufthansa Airlines include Athens, Barcelona, Birmingham, New York and Reykjavik. The membership of Star Alliance lets Lufthansa Airlines serve hundreds of destinations across 6 continents. Additionally, passengers can avail the benefits of online booking to purchase air tickets from any destination to a location of their choice.  Less
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Fleet

With more than 500 flights under its wing, the Lufthansa Group boasts of being the third largest airline fleet in the world! Subsidiaries within the Lufthansa Group include Lufthansa CityLine, Lufthansa Italia, Air Dolomiti, Eurowings, Germanwings, Augsburg Airways, Contact Air, SWISS, Lufthansa Regional and Lufthansa Cargo. In addition, Lufthansa has codeshare agreements with various airlines from around the world besides the Star Alliance members. The prominent carriers amongst these are Air India, Brussels Airlines, Air One, Ethiopian Airlines, Jet Airways, and Qatar Airways. Lufthansa was the first foreign launch customer for a Boeing commercial plane while in 1970, along with Swissair, it was the launch customer for the Airbus A310. Today, Lufthansa�s fleet comprises of A319-100 (28 nos), Airbus A320-200 (44), Airbus A321-100 (20), Airbus A321-200 (23),, Airbus A330-300 (15), Airbus A340-300 (26), Airbus A340-600 (24), Boeing 737-300 (33), Boring 737-500 (30), Boeing 747-400 (30) and Embraer E-190. Less
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Baggage Allowance

Lufthansa Airlines baggage policy for check-in baggage varies depending on booking class, route and frequent flyer miles. Baggage rules restrict free baggage allowance to 40 kgs for First Class, 30 kgs for Business Class and 20 kgs for Economy Class. Cabin luggage restrictions too are different for different classes. As per Lufthansa Airlines Cabin Baggage policy, while First and Business Class passengers are allowed to carry 2 bags (not weighing more than 8 kgs each), Economy Class passengers are allowed to carry just one. Cabin luggage dimensions cannot exceed (55 x 40 x 20) cms, the exceptions being foldable garment bags, which can be of a maximum size of (57 x 54 x 15) cms.

Awards & Recognition

Lufthansa Airlines as well as their respective hubs in Munich, Germany and Zurich were voted best across several categories from over 100 countries at the World Airline Awards by Skytrax in June 2010. Lufthansa also bagged the Best Airline in Europe award at the same event.

Lufthansa Airlines History

The original Lufthansa Airlines was founded in January 1926 with the name Deutsche Luft Hansa Aktiengesellschaft. However, at the end of World War II, the airline was completely grounded. Lufthansa Airlines resumed its services in 1955 within Germany using Convair 350. The current Lufthansa was recreated in January 1953 with the name Deutsche Lufthansa Aktiengesellschaft and commenced operations in April 1955. Ever since, Lufthansa has consistently multiplied its fleet and range of services.
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