Lufthansa to Launch Routes to Key Asian Destinations

Lufthansa will add new long-haul flights connecting Munich, Germany to key cities in Asia from next northern summer, bringing more convenience and seamless journeys to west-bound business travellers.

The German airline will resume its nonstop, five times weekly Munich-Singapore route, and will launch new flights to Beijing and Hong Kong, which will be operated by an A380.

The national carrier will also introduce a direct long-haul service from Munich to Los Angeles, USA, operating with the Airbus A380, next summer, and will transfer five of its 14 A380s from Frankfurt to Munich.

Lufthansa’s A380 features a four-cabin configuration seating a total of 509 passengers, including eight in first class, 78 in business class, 52 in premium economy, and 371 in economy. www.lufthansa.com

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