LUFTHANSA Long Haul Updates For 2019…..Yes, 2019.

LUFTHANSA Long Haul Updates For 2019…..Yes, 2019.

Not one for letting grass grow under their feet, Lufthansa schedule management has begun to tweak their Spring/Summer 2019 timetable.    Thus far only 2 changes have been filed in their system and they are minor, but many more are expected in the coming weeks.

Frankfurt – Bangkok effective March 31, 2019 will be flown by an A340-600 instead of an A340-300.

Frankfurt – Dallas effective march 31, 2019 will be flown by an A340-600 instead of an A330-300.
 

 

LUFTHANSA Updates Long Haul Aircraft Assignments For Winter 2018/19

LUFTHANSA Updates Long Haul Aircraft Assignments For Winter 2018/19

Lufthansa has begun to update their Winter 2018/19 timetable to reflect changes in capacity due to seasonal shifts in passenger traffic.

For the most part, LH is increasing capacity on routes that favor warmer climates during the Northern Hemisphere’s winter.

The changes are as follows:

Frankfurt – Bangkok:  Beginning October 28, the A380 will replace the A343.

Frankfurt – Bogota:  Beginning October 28, the A346 will replace the A343 on the route.

Frankfurt – Dallas:  Beginning October 28, the A333 will fly the route exclusively (compared to a mix of A330 and A340 used last winter).

Frankfurt – Houston:  Beginning January 2, 2019, the 747-8i will replace the A380.

Frankfurt – Miami:  Beginning October 28, the A346 will replace the A380.

Frankfurt – New York (JFK):  Beginning October 28, LH404 and LH405 will be flown by an A343, replacing the A333 used last winter.

Frankfurt – Philadelphia:  Beginning October 28 the mainline A333 replaces the A340-300 CityLine.

Frankfurt – San Francisco:  Beginning October 28 the A346 replaces the A380.

Frankfurt – Seattle:  Beginning October 28 the A333 replaces the 747-400.

Frankfurt – Shanghai:  Beginning October 28, the A346 replaces the A380.

H/T:  AirlineRoute.net
 


 

LUFTHANSA Splits Addis Ababa and Jeddah

LUFTHANSA Splits Addis Ababa and Jeddah

Lufthansa has announced beginning with the Winter 2018 season, they will no longer fly Frankurt-Jeddah-Addis Ababa as a single route.  Instead, the 2 cities will now see dedicated service from Frankfurt.    The new non-stop flights are both scheduled to begin on October 28, 2018.

For Addis Ababa, this means that an A340 will fly the route 5 times a week on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (from Frankfurt).   Flight LH598 will depart Frankfurt at 2:10p and arrive in Addis Ababa at 10:55p.    The return flight will operate as LH599 departing Addis Ababa at 12:55a, arriving in Frankfurt at 6:35a.

For Jeddah, an A330 will fly the route daily except for Wednesdays.   Flight 652 will depart Frankfurt at 2:10p, arriving in Jeddah at 9:40p.   Flight LH653 will depart Jeddah at 1:50a, arriving in Frankfurt at 5:45a.
 

 

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