“Lufthansa is providing an exclusive nonstop air service amid Montreal and the Bavarian capital, second largest hub next to Frankfurt. Munich network has included seven new destinations in the year 2010,” told Peter Vierrath, general manager for Lufthansa in Canada.
The enhancement in the daily timetable of flights compliments the nonstop flights already provided by Air Canada for the whole year which has code share with Lufthansa on the route of Montreal-Frankfurt. At present Munich network covers 117 cities in 44 countries, the new regions which adds on to it comprises of Bursa/Turkey, Croatia/ Riyadh, Rostock/Germany, Riyadh/Saudi Arabia, Tallinn/Estonia, Taschkent/Uzbekistan and Zadar/Croatia.
About Munich Airport
According to Skytrax which assess airlines every year puts Lufthansa’s southern hub usually in the bracket of leading five passenger airports of the world. The Terminal 2 used by the passengers of Lufthansa has an access to board the planes with layovers in minimum of half an hour time.
The First Class Lounge of Lufthansa was improved sometime before during the carrier’s US$190 million investment in lounges all over the world. The travellers get limousine service and calm and serene moments to rest.
The Business Class flyers can make a pick among two lounges placed in the terminals. The area provides cozy restaurants, internet facility, shower area so on and so forth.
Special Business Class Prices on May 31st
On the onset of increase in Lufthansa’s services, an exclusive Business class price will enable the travellers to access the extra perks associated to it. Till May 31, 2010 the round trip tickets will be available at the starting price of, $1,300 (without any tax and surcharges) each way.
Lufthansa airline is one of the biggest and prominent carriers of the world. It carries the passengers to almost 191 destinations of 78 nations. The airline has its hubs at Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna and Zurich. Lufthansa is supplying its services to more than 400 places in over 100 nations. For example in Canada the airline provides the services to the cities like Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal. Lufthansa’s long haul aircrafts like Airbus A340-600, Airbus A340-300 and Airbus A330-300.In total Lufthansa has 146 planes estimated to be of $19 billion on order. Lufthansa turned out to be the launch customer for Bombardier’s fuel efficient, C Series aircraft with definite order for 30 CS100 planes. The airlines is developing into Europe’s biggest operator of the A380 and the launch customer for the new Boeing 747-8, the aviation industries’ two bet fuel efficient passenger aircraft. The airline is also planning to re-launch its broadband wireless Internet service called FlyNet.