Lufthansa has announced that San Jose will no longer be a year-round destination on its timetable.
Service between Frankfurt and San Jose has been cancelled between October 29, 2017 and March 24, 2018. This aligns with Lufthansa’s Winter 17/18 timetable.
However, booking for this nonstop route is possible for travel on March 25 and beyond with roundtrip fares showing to be in the $700 range.
Keep in mind that these flights are operated by Lufthansa’s ‘Cityline’ division, using A340-300 aircraft.
Over the past few days, Lufthansa has released several announcements as it relates to their CityLine and Eurowings operations in the USA. Unfortunately most of the announcements dealt with delays in service.
To start things off, Lufthansa has delayed the launch of their CityLine service between Frankfurt and San Jose, California. Flights were to begin on April 29 but have now been delayed until July 1. Plans still call for 5 flights per week.
Eurowings service between Cologne and Las Vegas has also been delayed. Originally set to begin on May 4, service has now been postponed to June 1. Plans still call for 2 flights per week.
Lastly, LH has announced a change to plans concerning Frankfurt – Atlanta being transferred to CityLine. Originally LH was going to transfer the route from their mainline division to CityLine in April, and operate it until June. However the latest update now has CityLine operating the route from March 2 to October 29.