Lufthansa has published the final operating date for the 737 for each city that it serves.    The dates range from the middle of July all way through to the end of October.   If you’re an ‘avgeek’ or collector of interesting and nostalgic flights, this list should be useful to planning any remaining 737 ‘experiences’.  In case you missed my earlier piece on the 737’s retirement, you can get caught up here.

 

The date after the city pair is the last date that Lufthansa will be operating the 737 on that particular route (sorted by end date).

Frankfurt – Bydgoszcz:  July 18

Frankfurt – Copenhagen:  August 5

Frankfurt – Birmingham:  August 8

Frankfurt – Nice:  August 14

Frankfurt – Warsaw:  August 19

Frankfurt – Marseille:  August 24

Frankfurt – Toulouse:  August 26

Frankfurt – Krakow:  August 27

Frankfurt – Manchester:  August 27

Frankfurt – Paris (CDG):  August 29

Frankfurt – Dresden:  August 30

Frankfurt – Tirana:  August 31

Frankfurt – Friedrichshafen:  September 5

Frankfurt – London (LHR):  September 5

Frankfurt – Bremen:  September 7

Frankfurt – Venice:  September 7

Frankfurt – Brussels:  September 8

Frankfurt – Amsterdam:  September 10

Frankfurt – Gothenburg:  September 11

Frankfurt – Billund:  September 12

Frankfurt – Milan Linate:  September 12

Frankfurt – Milan Malpensa:  September 5

Frankfurt – Lyon:  September 30

Frankfurt – Bologna:  October 29

Frankfurt – Geneva:  October 29

Frankfurt – Hanover:  October 29

Frankfurt – Katowice:  October 29

Frankfurt – Leipzig: October 29

Frankfurt – Nuremburg:  October 29

Frankfurt – Prague:  October 29

Frankfurt – Stuttgart:  October 29

Frankfurt – Zurich:  October 29

H/T:  AirlineRoute.net