Lufthansa has further updated their Long Haul Timetable for Summer 2013. The most “important” update as far as I am concerned is that the 747-8i will fly from Frankfurt to Washington DC on a daily basis beginning May 12. Currently it flies the route only 5 times a week.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PREVIOUS LUFTHANSA TIMETABLE UPDATE FROM OCTOBER 13.

THE LATEST UPDATE:

Frankfurt–Bangalore effective between June 18 and July 11 will be flown by a 747-400 instead of the 747-8i.

Frankfurt–Bogota begins daily service on October 28, and will continue through the Summer 2013 timetable.

Frankfurt-Jeddah will operate an A330-300 except on Sundays when an A340-600 will fly the route.

Frankfurt–Orlando beginning March 31 will be flown by a 3 class A340-600.

Frankfurt-Orlando effective October 1,2013 will be operated by a 747-400.

Frankfurt–Rio de Janeiro daily service that is being launched October 28 will continue through the Summer 2013 timetable.

Frankfurt–Toronto effective between August 30 and September 30 will be flown by a 747-400, replacing an A340-600.

Frankfurt–Washington Dulles effective May 12 (Flights LH418 & LH419) will be flown by the 747-8i on a daily basis.

Courtesy: www.AirlineRoute.net

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