Lufthansa to Offer Electronic Reading Options

By Jesse Sokolow on 29 December 2016
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DSC_0290 (1)Lufthansa announced that it plans to introduce in-flight e-journals in lieu of printed materials.

The carrier will offer reading selections covering topics such as sports, cars, and travel, as well as celebrity gossip, music, and food. Reading material will be available in 18 different languages.

Passengers can access the library by going to the Lufthansa app and entering their booking code or ticket number. The selections will then be available in PDF format on passengers’ personal electronic devices.

Passengers will be able to select up to 20 digital magazines or newspapers, depending on which class they have booked. Currently, the airline offers over 250 digital titles.

Lufthansa said that the switch to electronic reading material is more environmentally stable, as there will be far less printed material. The reduction in weight onboard the aircraft will also lead to a decrease in fuel consumption.

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