The airline has expanded its portfolio to include attractive new destinations, increased frequency on current routes and resumed services to certain destinations for the summer. The airline flies to 160 destinations from Frankfurt and Munich over the summer, with intra-European connections almost reaching 2019 levels of about 5,000 weekly flights.
Lufthansa’s intra-European summer connections from Munich and Frankfurt will almost reach 2019 levels with 5,000 weekly flights
– Tina Edmundson
Lufthansa is strengthening its premium hub in Munich. With the start of the summer flight schedule on March 27, the airline will fly nonstop to Rio de Janeiro, San Diego and Bangkok. Lufthansa guests will be able to enjoy the Lufthansa Group's most modern and economical long-haul aircraft, the Airbus A350-900, whose fleet in Munich is being expanded from 17 to 21 aircraft. In addition, five Airbus A340-600s with a First Class will be deployed again this summer. In Europe, Lufthansa is offering six new vacation destinations from Munich including Kalamata (Greece), Menorca (Spain), Varna (Bulgaria); Billund (Denmark) and Bergen (Norway).From their hub in Frankfurt, Lufthansa will fly to more destinations in the US than it has ever before. A new addition will be St. Louis, in the state of Missouri, making it first non-stop flight by an airline from continental Europe in around 20 years.