LUFTHANSA Increases Cancun Flights For Winter 2017/18

LUFTHANSA Increases Cancun Flights For Winter 2017/18

Lufthansa has updated their timetable today to reflect an increase in service to Cancun.

For the Winter 2017/2018 season, Lufthansa will fly between Frankfurt and Cancun 3 times a week.     Previously (Winter 16/17), the route was flown only 2 times a week.     This schedule change will be in effect between October 31 and April 7.

Flight numbers and departure times remain the same.


LUFTHANSA Announces Special A350 Destination:  서울

LUFTHANSA Announces Special A350 Destination: 서울

Lufthansa has updated their Winter timetable for 2018 to reflect that the A350’s next destination will be Seoul, South Korea.

But before you get too excited, it appears (based on that it will only fly from Munich to Seoul twice.   Once on February 4, and then again on February 25, returning to MUC on February 5 and 26.

This schedule is not an accident, but reflects the beginning and ending of the Winter Olympics that will be hosted by South Korea next year.   No doubt that LH will use the A350 to bring German Olympians and their fans to the event and then take them home afterwards.

The flights will operate as LH718 departing MUC at 4:10p, and the return flight will operate as LH719 departing Seoul the next day at 12:30p.

BRUSSELS AIRLINES To Update Fleet With New A330s & New Cabins!

BRUSSELS AIRLINES To Update Fleet With New A330s & New Cabins!

Brussels Airlines has announced plans to retire the majority of their existing A330 aircraft and replace them with brand new A330s as it seeks to update its fleet.    According to their strategy, 7 of their 10 A330s will be swapped for new ones during 2018 and 2019.

What makes this an even bigger deal is the fact that along with the new aircraft,’SN’ will introduce an entirely new cabin interior.    Business Class, Economy Privilege, and Economy will all receive substantial facelifts.

Though specifics have not yet been decided upon, I suspect the new cabin interiors will be in line with the new cabins that will be introduced by Lufthansa, SWISS, and Austrian beginning in 2018.    LH Group had previously stated that they have the desire to create a standardized cabin across the Group’s airlines.   With Brussels now being a wholly owned division of LH Group, it stands to reason that Brussels Airlines will benefit from the strategy.

I look forward to seeing what ‘SN’ comes up with when the new birds begin joining the fleet.   I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing their wonderful Business Class product and am curious how they’ll make it even better!