In an effort to promote the re-introduction of daily daytime flights to Munich, Lufthansa German Airlines is now offering special online fares starting from Dh1,499 ($408) to 30 destinations in Europe.
This offer is valid on bookings till November 10 and is for travel between November 10 and 30.
“The re-introduction brings this time a flight with a three-class operation First, Business and Economy Class. Furthermore, the Business Class does feature the new Lufthansa Flatbeds, thus ensuring that customers arrive relaxed at their destination,” said Uwe Wriedt, Lufthansa’s general manager, passenger sales, UAE, and director for the Gulf and Pakistan. “The German carrier constantly aims to maintain its customer loyalty in the UAE and the Gulf. In order to promote our daily Munich flights, it is a pleasure for Lufthansa to offer the special online fares this season to various destinations in Europe.” For Dh1,499, passengers can travel to Paris, Manchester, London and Hamburg.
For Dh1,999 they can travel to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Cologne, Dublin, Duesseldorf, Edinburgh, Geneva, Hanover, Lisbon, Milan, Munich, Nice, Nuremberg, Prague, Rome, Stuttgart, Venice, Vienna and Zurich. And for Dh2,100 passengers can fly to Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo.
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