In the 2016 summer timetable the Lufthansa Group offers you 11,570 connections to 316 destinations in 101 countries. Discover now which Lufthansa, SWISS and Austrian Airlines destinations and additional connections have been added:
Frankfurt–Panama. Since 2 March 2016 passengers have been able to travel five times a week with Lufthansa to Panama.
Munich–Debrecen. From 11 April 2016 Lufthansa offers you a second connection to Hungary: alongside Budapest, Debrecen will be served three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, flying a Bombardier CR9 jet.
Munich–Denver. From 11 May 2016 Lufthansa will again fly non-stop from Munich to Denver – five times a week. On board the Airbus A330-300 you can look forward to the comfort of Lufthansa First, Business, Premium Economy and Economy Class. In Denver Lufthansa passengers can transfer via Star Alliance and Atlantic Joint Venture partner United Airlines’s hub to connecting flights to around 85 destinations in North America.
Frankfurt–San Jose. From 1 July 2016 Lufthansa will fly to San Jose in California (USA), directly to the heart of Silicon Valley. From summer 2016, an Airbus A340-300 with Business, Premium Economy and Economy Class will connect Frankfurt and San Jose five times a week.
Munich–Tehran. From 4 July 2016 passengers will be able to travel non-stop, three times a week in an Airbus A330-300 in First, Business, Premium Economy or Economy Class from Munich to Tehran. This new connection is an addition to the Lufthansa Group’s existing daily service from Frankfurt. Moreover Austrian Airlines is now flying an Airbus A320 up to twice a day from Vienna.
Frankfurt–Stockholm. The route will be boosted by an additional daily connection. With another Lufthansa flight at 12:40 from Frankfurt (return flight from Stockholm at 16:35 ) the service is increased to five flights a day.
Frankfurt–Zagreb. Thanks to a further connection the service to Zagreb is doubled, so that you can choose from two daily flights from Frankfurt to the Croatian capital in the summer timetable.
Frankfurt–Beirut. During the summer high season (05.07. to 06.09.2016), in addition to the daily night flight, the connection will be increased by another daily flight at 10:35 from Frankfurt, except Saturdays.
Frankfurt–Marrakech will be increased from two to three weekly flights until 28.06. and from 13.09. until the beginning of winter. The additional flight departs every Tuesday at 10:35 from Frankfurt – the return flight (15:15 from Marrakech) arrives in Frankfurt at 20:00.
Frankfurt–Bremen will be boosted at weekends by a morning flight. In summer LH 350/353 always departs at 07:00 hours from Frankfurt (8:30 from Bremen), on Saturdays and Sundays as well.
Munich–Münster will be increased from 26 to 27 weekly connections, now flying also in the late evening on Saturdays from Munich and early on Sundays from Münster.
Frankfurt–Wroclaw gets an additional connection on Sundays. This means that this summer there are three flights almost every day (apart from Saturdays when there are two flights).
Munich–Warsaw gets an additional connection on Saturdays, which makes three daily flights on all weekdays.
Vienna–Shanghai. From 6 April 2016 Austrian Airlines passengers can now travel five times a week on a Boeing 777 non-stop from Vienna to Shanghai – and daily from 1 May.
Vienna–Hong Kong. From 5 September 2016 Austrian Airlines also flies up to five times a week non-stop with a Boeing 777 from Vienna to Hong Kong.
So from September Austrian Airlines will offer a total of up to 31 weekly non-stop flights from Vienna to Asia. A Boeing 767 flies passengers five times a week from Vienna to Beijing. In addition a Boeing 777 flies up to once a day to Shanghai, Bangkok and Tokyo, and to Hong Kong up to five times a week.
Vienna–Isfahan. From 4 September 2016 Austrian Airlines will also fly an Airbus A319 four times a week non-stop from Vienna to Isfahan, the Iranian center of business. Alongside already existing flights to Tehran, Austrian will therefore be offering up to 18 direct flights every week to Iran from September.
Geneva–Algiers. In the summer timetable SWISS starts flying three times a week from Geneva to the Algerian capital Algiers.
Zurich–Berlin/Hamburg. From 2 May 2016 SWISS
will be offering three additional flights every week on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays from Zurich to Berlin and Hamburg.