The German airline has recorded the second busiest booking week since the pandemic began. So it is planning additional flights to holiday destinations. Lufthansa could use the Boeing 747-400 as early as Easter.
Due to the high demand for holiday flights, Lufthansa is increasing its capacity on several routes that are particularly popular. For the Easter holidays, 15 additional flights have already been launched from Frankfurt to Mallorca, Madeira, Faro and Larnaca. Frequencies beyond Munich are being planned.
“Lufthansa is currently recording higher booking numbers for the upcoming holiday season,” an airline spokesperson said. Last week was the second busiest booking week since the pandemic began. “And the weeks with the highest bookings are yet to come.”
The use of the Boeing 747-400 is being investigated
On Sunday (13 February), Lufthansa confirmed to Aerotelegraph that that it plans Boeing 747 flights to Mallorca again this year, However, it was not immediately clear when and with which model this should happen. The airline is now announcing that it is investigating the use of the 747-400 on Mallorca flights for the Easter holidays. However, there is no concrete plan yet.
Last year, Lufthansa had already deployed a Boeing 747 to the Spanish island. At the time, however, it was a longer 747-8, which only flew to Mallorca on a few days during the summer holidays. First class seats considered Paid upgrade for business class passengers Offered.
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