LUFTHANSA / SWISS First Class Sale To The USA:  From Only €3000!!

LUFTHANSA / SWISS First Class Sale To The USA: From Only €3000!!

Lufthansa has launched a very attractive First Class fare sale for travel between Germany and the USA.    How attractive?   How about First Class fares for the price of Business Class?

The absolute cheapest prices are to the East Coast, where Philadelphia, NYC, and Boston can be reached for only €3019.  Most of the Midwest can be reached for only €3300 while the West Coast gets a bit more pricier at €5000.

The nice part of the fare sale is that the prices are valid for travel on Lufthansa or SWISS, however your travel needs to originate in Germany.  You can also find these fares for travel on United flights from Germany as well.

The fare sale is in place until May 29 and is valid for travel between June 30 and September 10, 2017.

Take advantage of these great prices and enjoy wonderful perks such as the First Class Terminal in Frankfurt or SWISS’ amazing First Class Lounge in Zurich!

Related:

What it’s like to have a SWISS First Class cabin all to myself

H/T:  SkyTravel.de

LUFTHANSA First Class Terminal / Lounges Unveil 2016 Holiday Duck

LUFTHANSA First Class Terminal / Lounges Unveil 2016 Holiday Duck

Lufthansa will be offering a unique Duck during the Holiday season to passengers visiting the First Class Terminal and First Class Lounges in Frankfurt.   Make sure to change your travel plans so that you can add one to your collection!

2017 Lufthansa First Class Holiday Duck

2017 Lufthansa First Class Holiday Duck

The duck is available in limited quantities so once it’s gone, it’s gone!


SPECIAL LUFTHANSA First Class Duck Available ONLY Today And Tomorrow!

SPECIAL LUFTHANSA First Class Duck Available ONLY Today And Tomorrow!

To celebrate the inevitable changing of the seasons and the time change that comes with it, Lufthansa’s First Class Services in Frankfurt will be giving a special and rare Duck to visitors to the First Class Terminal on October 29 and 30th.   The duck is appropriately named ‘Good Night’ due to the fact that Europeans will spin their clock back one hour on October 30 as Standard Time returns to their time zones and everyone will be able to get an extra hour’s sleep.

So if your travels qualify you to visit the ‘FCT’ this weekend, make sure you leave with this new duck to add to your collection.

 

Appropriately nicknamed the 'Good Night Duck'

Appropriately nicknamed the ‘Good Night Duck’

 

Related:  First Class Duck Registry