|flights to MunichRs 44,805.03||flights to FrankfurtRs 47,644.28||flights to BerlinRs 53,477.00|
|flights to HamburgRs 53,515.89||flights to LondonRs 56,325.59||flights to New YorkRs 83,808.00|
|flights to ViennaRs 79,486.46||flights to WashingtonRs 74,278.77||flights to ChicagoRs 89,635.59|
Fly on Europe’s largest airline, Lufthansa, with services to 18 domestic destinations and 197 international destinations in 78 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe, using a fleet of more than 280 aircraft. Together with all its other subsidiaries (more than 10 other airlines), it actually is the largest airline in the world with over 620 aircraft and carries over 103 million passengers yearly! Lufthansa is also a founding member of Star Alliance, the world's largest airline alliance, formed in 1997. It has impeccable service standards that are a benchmark for other airlines.
How to Check in
Checking in with a Lufthansa flight can be done through multiple platforms. Other than the traditional method of airport check-in, passengers can check in online on the Lufthansa website or through its free mobile application, all in the comfort of your home. If you are a member of their mileage programme Miles & More, you have the option to have your check-in done automatically for you when it is available and the boarding pass sent directly to your email or mobile phones.
Baggage Allowance and Fees
Free checked baggage allowance starts from 23kg and increases with the seat classes. The maximum dimensions per item of baggage are 158 cm (width + height + depth). Good to know is that this free baggage allowance extends to sports equipment, passengers with children, and certain memberships.
There are 4 different seat classes on board a Lufthansa aircraft, namely First Class, Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy. Both First Class and Business Class seats offer seats that can fully recline into a flat bed, including laptop power outlets and entertainment facilities. The catch of First Class seats is that on-demand meals are available on top of special check-in counters and facilities. Those who would like more leg space than the normal Economy class seats can opt for the Premium Economy class seats that are 3 inches wider and have a larger armrest separating seats.
For those who cannot live without the Internet, be thrilled to know that more than 90% of all Lufthansa long-haul aircraft are already fitted with Lufthansa FlyNet®, the world’s first broadband Internet service on board! Also, it is possible to work comfortably on board long-haul flights thanks to the availability of Sky Phone and power connections for laptops. Otherwise, be entertained with the in-flight entertainment provided!
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