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25/03/2024 By : Tayla-Jane Nelson

Lufthansa City Airlines: First destinations confirmed

−   First flight in summer 2024
−   Two Airbus A319s already in new livery
−   Future-oriented fleet expansion with more than 40 Airbus A220-300s
−   Flights can be booked from the end of April

Frankfurt, 27 February 2024 - The Lufthansa Group's most recent airline, Lufthansa City Airlines, will take off in summer 2024 - now the first destinations have also been confirmed. The airline will initially fly to the following destinations from Munich: Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Hanover as well as Birmingham, Bordeaux and Manchester. In the following months, Lufthansa City Airlines will gradually expand its network and offer further destinations in Europe.

 

By ordering 40 Airbus A220-300 aircraft and a further 20 purchase options, the Lufthansa Group has set a clear signal for the future of the new airline. The competitive strengthening of the short-haul network is essential for strengthening the Lufthansa Group's market position and the planned growth of Lufthansa long-haul routes.

 

Passengers on board Lufthansa City Airlines can expect the Lufthansa product offering and customer experience for short and medium-haul routes. The first two of four Airbus A319 aircraft to be deployed this year have already been painted in the new Lufthansa City livery.

 

Flights will be available from the end of April via the familiar Lufthansa Group sales channels.

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