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Lufthansa celebrates Disney’s “Planes” release with new services

Kids go gaga with new offerings by Europe’s ‘Family Airline’ Lufthansa! Leading German carrier will premiere Disney’s new 3D animation film “Planes” on August 29, 2013. To celebrate this in style, Lufthansa will be offering an array of services to its adult passengers as well as kids.

Ahead of the “Planes” release, Lufthansa is all set to amuse and create excitement among the kids particularly by devising competitions, creative catering and an assortment of in-flight entertainment options in association with Disney.

Building on the astounding success of the animation film ‘Cars’, Disney embarks on its yet another new 3D animation film "Planes". The film is about a small propeller plane, Dusty, who wants to participate in the world’s most famous aeroplane race even though he is fearful of heights. The film will be taking the audience on a journey to seven exciting locations in the world, including the USA, Iceland, India, China, Mexico, Germany and Nepal, all of which are on Lufthansa network.

Lufthansa’s chefs have created tasty treats for its young passengers. These mouthwatering dishes like ‘Propeller Meatballs’ and ‘Aeroplanes in Pasta Heaven’, and desserts such as ‘Butterfly Waffle’ and ‘Flying Pancake’ would be served on business class flights as well as to those flying in economy class.

Meanwhile, Lufthansa recently inaugurated “Family Check-in Areas” at its Frankfurt and Munich hubs. This is good news for families traveling with children up to 12 years age. The special kid-friendly counters will regale the young travelers with its exquisite design featuring the airline’s adventurous crane mascots ‘Lu and Cosmo’ leading to a runway-styled carpet. Dedicated play areas for kids can also be accessed by guests in business class lounges, including those traveling in first class.