Lufthansa is offering the chance to get a voucher code good for €20 off of flight booked on Lufthansa.com that originate in Germany.
You’ll have to hurry, the Voucher can only be redeemed between April 16 and April 18, 2017.
Travel must take place between April 16 and June 21. Flights must be operated by Lufthansa or Lufthansa City Line and must be booked through Lufthansa.com.
***Please note that the link above was in an email I received from Lufthansa this morning. In some cases the link may be ‘targeted’ and only work if you received an email from Lufthansa advertising the Voucher. Check you inbox for an LH email if my link doesn’t work.
Lufthansa is offering passengers a €20 voucher valid for any bookings made at Lufthansa.com, so long as your flight originates in Germany.
The terms of the voucher are as follow:
- Vouchers must be redeemed between April 1 and April 30, 2017
- Tavel must take place between April 1 and September 30, 2017
- Flights must be operated by Lufthansa or LH City Line
- Voucher is valid only for itineraries originating in Germany and must be booked at Lufthansa.com
H/T: Oliver 2002 of FlyerTalk
Lufthansa is offering passengers the opportunity to claim a €20 voucher good towards any booking made on Lufthansa.com for travel that originates in Germany. The voucher is valid for travel anywhere in Lufthansa’s network as long as the flights are operated by Lufthansa or Lufthansa City Line and you start your travels in Germany.
The voucher is available for bookings made between now and June 5. Travel must take place between June 3 and October 31, 2016.
To register and download your voucher, please use this link.
If it’s not one German union, it’s another but here we go again with their strike antics.
It appears that a nation-wide public sector strike is set to take place next Wednesday, April 27. This strike would include a wide variety of airport employees and other public service occupations, so other means of transportation may be impacted as well.
If you are traveling to, from, or within Germany next Wednesday, please pay special attention to the news and contact your airline to inquire about your options regarding rebooking or refunding your ticket for that day.
Oh, and by the way, DO NOT blame Lufthansa for this one……
In Frankfurt earlier today, German Chancellor Angela Merkel was in town to bestow an honor on one of Lufthansa’s A380 aircraft.
For those of you who are not aware, LH names virtually each of their aircraft after a city, town or village in Germany. In the case of the A380 fleet, some are named after LH’s international destinations.
With today’s visit, Merkel took part in the ceremony that named Lufthansa’s newest A380 , D-AIMN, ‘Deutschland’ by pouring Champagne on the aircraft as well as signing an official document to mark the occasion. D-AIMN was delivered on April 7, 2015, and had previously carried the nickname of ‘San Francisco’. ‘MN’ is also the last A380 that Lufthansa will receive.
Kevin, a friend of mine, happened to be transiting Frankfurt earlier today and saw D-AIMN as she was heading towards the A380 hangar for the ceremony:
As irony would have it , guess where she’s flying off to tomorrow?