To celebrate this weekend’s royal wedding, Lufthansa is offering passengers a £10 voucher for tickets booked out of the UK.
The code is only valid for bookings made between May 18th and May 20.
Trave must take place between June 20 and September 1, 2018 and flights must be operated by Lufthansa or Lufthansa regional carriers.
The code is Z2NDJGCGKKBJ and should be entered in the Promotion / Coupon code area when booking your ticket
Lufthansa has launched an ‘Easter’ voucher offer for passengers booking travel out of the UK.
The voucher code is good for bookings made through April 2, 2018 and is valid for travel that takes place between April 10 and June 30, 2018.
When booking, use code ZLGGRUEGMGQC once at the payment screen for your ticket.
To help celebrate Mother’s Day in the UK this Sunday, Lufthansa is offering a £15 voucher good towards Lufthansa travel originating from the UK.
The voucher is good for flights booked between March 8 and 12, 2018. When booking, use the code ZTCTQ4L39R12 and that should reflect the £15 discount when you check out.
In reading the very fine print, it suggests that the voucher is only good for Economy Class bookings, but if history repeats itself the terms are sometimes wrong and voucher would be usable on any fare.
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.
The United Kingdom has following in the wake of the TSA and has announced that they too will ban certain electronic devices from being brought aboard certain flights operating to the UK from the Mid East.
The UK lists differs from the US version in that it includes airlines other than those based in the Mid East, and also covers countries that are not on the TSA’s list.
Specifically, the airlines impacted by the UK ban include:
Atlas Global, British Airways, Easy Jet, Jet2, Thomas Cook, Monarch, Turkish Airlines, Middle East Airlines (MEA), Egyptair, Saudia, Royal Jordanian, and Tunis Air.
The countries affected by the UK ban include direct flights from:
Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, and Tunisia.
According to various outlets, there appears to be a bit of an Intelligence Alert by various government agencies warning that there may be terror attacks planned that would involve the use of electronics brought aboard aircraft.
The ban prohibits any electronic device large than a smart phone, including iPads, large cameras, and laptops from being brought on board, forcing passengers to pack these items in their checked luggage.