Germany’s flagship carrier Lufthansa recently announced that it will be launching nonstop flights to Denver from Munich next year. The flights between the two destinations will start operating from May 11, 2016.
Media reports said that Lufthansa will serve the Munich-Denver route with five-time weekly flights services on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The airline will deploy an Airbus A330-300 aircraft configured in four classes to conduct flights on the route.
The outbound Flight LH480 will take off from Munich at 11:45 hours and land in Denver at 14:00 hours. The return Flight LH481 will depart from Denver at 16:05 hours and arrive in Munich at 10:05 hours next day.
A spokesperson of Lufthansa said that with the launch of new service to Denver the travellers from Munich would get opportunity to visit a beautiful travel destination, which is also a paradise for the lovers of nature and adventure activities. Meanwhile, in another development Lufthansa announced in October this year that it would be gradually phasing out its “seat and a bed” concept in first class cabins.
The airline had four years ago introduced a seat and an adjacent bed concept for its first class customers for relaxation or sleep after meals or while on board the overnight flight. This popular product was installed on the airline’s ten of its Boeing 7478-400 aircrafts.
Lufthansa has now decided to remove this product in first class and instead install new premium economy and business class seats on its Boeing fleet. The six first class seat-and-a-bed concept was considered to be best ever offered by the airline.