Lufthansa Group offers new destinations and faster connections
By adding new destinations and additional flights, Lufthansa Group offers even more efficient connections for business travellers with Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings, Lufthansa and SWISS. These new flights will start this summer.
Austrian Airlines is adding an extra daily flight between Amsterdam and Vienna, providing faster connections to its global destinations. The airline operates a total of 34 weekly flights from Amsterdam. In addition, Austrian Airlines is strengthening its connection to Tokyo by providing a daily service.
Brussels Airlines’ flights to Moscow now include Sheremetyevo. This airport is considered a good location for business travellers, due to its industrial environment. Previously, Brussels Airlines only offered flights to Moscow Airport Domodedovo.
As of July, Eurowings will start new non-stop flights from Düsseldorf to Las Vegas. Like all other Eurowings flights to the USA, the aircraft offer BIZclass with lie-flat seats and full business-class service.
Lufthansa is expanding its network to the USA with flights to Austin, Lufthansa’s third destination in Texas. Flights to Texas are operated five times a week with a seamless connection from Amsterdam.
SWISS is adding Gdansk, the airline’s fourth destination in Poland, to its network. This Polish city, with its chemical, pharmaceutical and high-tech companies, is served four times a week.
Would you like to hear more about Lufthansa Group’s business travel destinations? Please contact our Travel Consultants. They’ll be happy to provide you with more information and can assist you in booking a ticket.
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