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17/04/2024 By : Nida Kapadia

Lufthansa Allegris takes off on May 1

Frankfurt, 16 April 2024 - The time will soon be here! Lufthansa Allegris, the new travel experience on long-haul routes, will start its scheduled service on May 1. The first Airbus A350 equipped with Allegris will fly from Munich to the Canadian metropolis of Vancouver. The second destination is Toronto, which will be served alternately with Vancouver on selected flights in the first few months. With further A350s delivered, the Allegris cabin will also be used on flights to Chicago and Montreal in the summer.

For the first time, travelers can now also view a seat map for all Allegris flights from 1 May in the familiar booking channels with all special Allegris seats, such as the five options in Business Class. A photo gallery with important additional information on the various options gives travelers a detailed picture of the product benefits.

Guests who are already booked on these flights will be notified of their "upgrade" to the new cabin. Seat reservations in Business Class are free of charge in the first few months and can be made and changed conveniently via the familiar booking channels. Passengers can see whether a flight is equipped with the Allegris product three weeks before departure.

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