Lufthansa Group expands its network with new destinations
By introducing even more new destinations, Lufthansa Group is demonstrating its strength as a true worldwide operating airline group. The Group’s carriers are offering a growing number of both intercontinental and European destinations, making the Lufthansa Group an attractive airline group to travel with.
From Vienna to Montreal with Austrian Airlines
At the end of April, Austrian Airlines started a new route between Vienna and Montreal. This summer season, Austrian has been operating daily flights between the two cities and will continue to offer the flights five times a week during the winter season.
Temporary Brussels Airlines summer route 2020
Brussels Airlines is now also offering flights to Montreal. The route, with five flights a week, will become operational at the end of March 2020. Brussels Airlines will operate the route only seasonally, between the end of March and the end of October. With Montreal being an interesting and relevant destination for both business and leisure travellers, the route perfectly serves both segments.
From Frankfurt to North America with Eurowings
In the 2020 summer season, Eurowings will commence flights from Frankfurt to Anchorage and Phoenix, with three flights a week to Anchorage and five flights a week to Phoenix. Eurowings will also start two flights a week from Frankfurt to Las Vegas and three flights a week to Orlando. With these additions, Eurowings will further strengthen its already strong route network to North America.
Lufthansa expands global network
Lufthansa will add the cities of Detroit and Seattle to its North American network. Flights between Frankfurt and Detroit will take place five times a week, starting in May 2020. The route between Frankfurt and Seattle will be flown six times a week. Lufthansa will also commence flights from Munich to Bangalore in India, a route that will be served five times a week from the end of March.
Larger SWISS network as of spring 2020
On 1 March, SWISS will start flights from Zurich to Osaka, serving the route five times a week. In addition, SWISS will also commence operations between Zurich and Washington, a daily flight starting on 29 March.
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