LUFTHANSA Free ‘FlyNet’ Voucher Good For Long Haul Travel During Euro 2016

LUFTHANSA Free ‘FlyNet’ Voucher Good For Long Haul Travel During Euro 2016

During the Euro 2016 tournament, Lufthansa will make it easier for you to keep track of your favorite teams and watch your favorite matches even when aboard a long haul flight operated by Lufthansa.

The voucher is valid for 4 hours during a flight and is available for use 1 time per booking between June 10 and July 10, coinciding with the Euro 2016 tournament.

To access the voucher, you need to book your flight on Lufthansa.com.  When you complete your booking, you’ll receive your voucher code in your booking confirmation email.

Then, when you are on board:

       1.  From your WiFi enabled device, select Lufthansa WIFI as your connection

2.  Go online and select the Deutsche Telekom hotspot.

3.  Click ‘Go Online’ and enter your voucher code.

4.  Enjoy 4 hours of Free FlyNet.

 

LUFTHANSA First Class Duck Commemorates Euro 2016

LUFTHANSA First Class Duck Commemorates Euro 2016

To celebrate Euro 2016, Lufthansa’s First Class Services has introduced a limited edition ‘First Class Duck’.

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The duck is available to First Class passengers who visit the First Class Terminal or the First Class Lounges at Frankfurt Airport during the Euro 2016 tournament (June 10 – July 10).

Keep in mind that there is a limited supply of these ducks, so once they’re gone, they’re gone!

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Make sure to coordinate your travels to get one of these limited edition gems!

To see the other ducks in the Lufthansa First Class collection, please visit the registry.

 


France Installing Document Checks At Borders Ahead Of Euro 2016

France Installing Document Checks At Borders Ahead Of Euro 2016

If you’re traveling to France to take in the Euro 2016 tournament that begins on Friday, make sure you take your Passport or Identity Card.  Otherwise you might be watching the tournament in your living room back home.

Just short of suspending Schengen, France will require a valid passport or National ID Card for anyone entering the country ahead of the tournament.    This includes rail, road and airport entry points into France as well as Basel Airport in Switzerland due to its location on the French border.

According to French officials, drivers licenses will not be considered an acceptable form of ID for the purpose of entering France.