As of the end of October, Lufthansa – the award-winning airline – will be expanding its presence in Europe with four new connections to Pamplona, Genoa, Bari and Catania (departing from Frankfurt) along with three additional routes from Munich heading to Nantes, Glasgow and Santiago de Compostela.
Flights from Frankfurt to Pamplona will be scheduled on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, while those for Genoa will be on Tuesday, Thurs-day and Saturday. In between, trips to Bari will be offered three times a week and round trips to Catania will be set for Wednesday and Sunday. Flights from Munich to Glasgow will be on Mon-day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Lufthansa will also have a daily flight to Nantes and getaways every Sunday to the legendary Santiago de Compostela. It is not without reason that Lufthansa’s demand is skyrocketing; the airline’s near spotless reputation has been long-established by the many awards it has received, from Best Wes-tern Europe Company to Best First Class Dining Room. Lufthansa was recently awarded the prize for the Best European Airline at the World Airline Awards organised by Skytrax, a specialist in the airline industry, during the Paris Air Show. Nearly 18 million passengers in more than 160 countries around the world were surveyed on the quality of services on board as well as in the airports in the run-up to the awards.
“The Skytrax Award shows that Lufthansa passengers appreciate the quality of our services. The combination of [our] high-end service and excellent facilities stood out for the passengers from around the world who awarded us the Number One in Europe,” said Carsten Spohr, CEO of the Deutsche Lufthansa AG.
Tickets to the newly added destinations can already be reserved online, with round trip tickets from 119€. For more information or bookings, please visit LH.com, travel agencies or Lufthansa sales counters in airports.