Lufthansa Adds Frankfurt Shuttles to Hamburg, Munich, and Berlin, More 747-8 Routes

By Paul Riegler on 25 October 2012
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Lufthansa first class cabin, Boeing 747-8

Lufthansa will offer shuttle flights from Frankfurt am Main to Hamburg, Munich, and Berlin, commencing on October 28 with the start of its winter timetable.  The shuttles will run from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on an hourly basis.  Flights from Hamburg to Frankfurt will be on the hour; flights to and from Berlin will always depart at 45 minutes past the hour.

In addition, the airline is launching a new route from Munich to Cape Town, South Africa, and Munich to Rotterdam, in the Netherlands.

Lufthansa will also expand its Boeing 747-8 jumbo jet routes with the addition of Frankfurt-Los Angeles service, in addition to routes from Frankfurt to Washington, D.C., Bangalore, and Delhi.

Lufthansa will begin thrice-weekly service from Berlin to Innsbruck, the capital of the Tyrol, as well as service from Düsseldorf to Tel Aviv, which is in addition to existing Tel Aviv flights departing from Frankfurt, Munich, and Berlin.  The airline is discontinuing all service to London Gatwick, also with the start of the winter schedule.

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