LUFTHANSA GROUP BUSINESS CLASS SALE:  $1400 To NYC From BERLIN

LUFTHANSA GROUP BUSINESS CLASS SALE: $1400 To NYC From BERLIN

Between now and April 30, you can book roundtrip travel in Business Class aboard Lufthansa / SWISS / Austrian / Brussels to the USA for only $1400 (Roundtrip).   The minor catch is that you have to begin your travels from Berlin.  But for a $1400 Business Class ticket, that may be a very minor thing to worry about.

The fare sale covers travel between May 26 and September 4, 2017 and only requires a Saturday night stay.    You must purchase your tickets 14 days ahead of your planned departure.   This pricing is also available on flight operated by United and Air Canada, so you can get quite creative in how you route your travel from Berlin.

This special fare was published on the SkyTravelAgent.de website.   Sky Travel specializes in finding and booking LH Group deals and promos that may not normally be published by the airlines.   I’ve used them a few times in the past when I needed to build creative routings for mileage runs, or to get the best possible price for premium cabin tickets.    If you’re looking to build a fun and creative itinerary, reach out to them and see what they can do for you.   If you can’t find this fare deal on the airline websites, contact Sky Travel directly.

But Hurry, you only have 3 days to get this deal!

 

A Few Hours Remain For Ex-UK Fare Sale

A Few Hours Remain For Ex-UK Fare Sale

Today is the last day of Lufthansa’s 72-hour sale for flights originating out of the UK.

Fares from the UK to most European destination range in the £110-£130 range, however there are pockets of even better pricing such as London to Geneva for only £68 or Aberdeen to Frankfurt for £95.

The fare sale runs through Midnight tonight (April 23).    The best fares are found for mid-week travel dates and require either a Saturday night stay, or a 5 night stay.   Weekend surcharges apply if traveling Thursday – Sunday.

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LUFTHANSA Offering €20 Voucher For Ex-Germany Departures

LUFTHANSA Offering €20 Voucher For Ex-Germany Departures

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 Changes Its Mind About Boston And The A350

LUFTHANSA Changes Its Mind About Boston And The A350

Two weeks ago, Lufthansa updated their Winter Timetable which reflected the removal of the A350 from their Munich-Boston route.   The removal was slated for October 29, at which point a mix of A330 and A340 aircraft were scheduled to take over on the route for the winter.

With their update today, Lufthansa has walked back that decision and has extended the A350’s presence on Munich-Boston through the entire winter schedule.   However it will not be a daily basis.

The A350 will fly the route daily until December 1.    Then beginning on December 2, the A350 will only fly the route on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.   The A340-600 will fly the route on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Expect further tweaks to their timetable in the coming weeks.

 


LUFTHANSA Increases Service To The Land Of The Rising Sun……

LUFTHANSA Increases Service To The Land Of The Rising Sun……

Lufthansa announced that it will increase the amount of flights between Munich and Tokyo (HND) for the Fall/Winter timetable for 2017/18.

Effective on October 29, daily A346 flights will take place between MUC and HND.   During past winter schedules, LH typically only flew the route 5x/week.   The daily service during the winter now matches the daily flights found in the Summer schedule.