Throughout the second half of June, airlines within the Lufthansa Group are increasing their services substantially relative to the previous weeks.
As in the first half of June, the emphasis will be on the destinations for summer tourism. The goal is to make as many destinations as possible available to vacationers and business travellers, thus widening the European and intercontinental network for visitors and business travellers. Starting on 15 June, Lufthansa alone will restart about 20 German and European destinations from Frankfurt and as many as 34 from Munich, thereby adding to the airline’s flight schedule, which has been gradually rising for a few weeks now. These include attractive holiday destinations as Dubrovnik, Faro, Venice, Ibiza and Malaga from Frankfurt. Additionally, Porto, Split, Cyprus, Biarritz and Agadir and many more from Munich. Furthermore, the weekly accessibility of already existing and highly demanded destinations, such as Mallorca or Sylt, will be increased. As a result, Lufthansa’s flight schedule will grow from around 500 to almost 900 weekly connections at the Frankfurt and Munich hubs during the course of June. With 2,000 weekly connections to more than 130 destinations worldwide, the variety of travel opportunities available to all Lufthansa Group travellers will be greatly extended with immediate effect, subject to any travel restrictions, Travel Daily News reported. The additional flights for the second half of June will be implemented in the booking systems today, 28 May, and are thus bookable. All destinations can be booked on lufthansa.com or on the websites of the respective Group carriers.