Lufthansa Airlines has an intimidating fleet size and is obviously the largest airline in Europe in terms of passengers flown. The German carrier has a long history. It was once state-owned and Germany’s flag carrier until it was privatized.
Lufthansa Airlines Flights was founded back in 1926. At first, the company was known as DLH although the acronym was short-lived. In 1945, the airlines services were suspended after the defeat of Germany. Efforts to create a new national airline began and eight years later in 1953, Luftag which was to be DLH’s successor was founded. Luftag began acquiring aircraft even though it did not know whether it would be allowed to operate. A year later in 1954, Luftag purchased DLH’s name and logo so that the name Lufthansa would survive an in the mandate of Germany’s flag carrier. Lufthansa is currently owned by private investors and is no longer a flag carrier. It employs a workforce of more than 115,000 employees.
Lufthansa Airlines Flights has a mixed Boeing and Airbus fleet. The airline has a total of 266 airplanes with majority being Airbus A320-200s that make up approximately a fifth of the entire fleet. Like several other airlines, Lufthansa flights have orders for the new Airbus A350-900, Boeing 777-9 and the Airbus A320neo.
Lufthansa Airlines Flights virtually flies to all popular destinations in the world. It services 18 domestic destinations and 197 internationally in 78 countries across Africa, The Americas, Europe and in Asia. Being one of the five founding members of Star Alliance which is the largest airline alliance in the world, Lufthansa has codeshare agreements with several member airlines. Some non-member airlines it has codeshare agreements with are Air Malta, Germanwings, Spicejet and Luxair.
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Lufthansa Airlines Flights has four class products which are namely First class, Business class, Premium Economy and Economy class. Seats in first class convert to 2 meter beds and have other amenities like power outlets for laptop charging and personal entertainment. Note that the first class product is not offered on all long-haul aircraft like business class. However, there are plans to make it available in all of Lufthansa’s Airlines Flights long-haul aircraft.
Lufthansa Flights has personal entertainment across all of its class products. Entertainment is powered by AVOD (Audio Video on Demand) granting passengers access to video games, TV series, movies and music entertainment.
The free bag allowance by Lufthansa depends on what class a passenger is flying. The baggage allowance for economy passengers is 1 bag not exceeding 23 kgs, 2 bags not exceeding 23 kg for premium economy and a limit of 32 kg for 2 bags in Business class. First class passengers are allowed three bags not exceeding 32 kgs.
In 2015, Lufthansa won multiple awards at the World Airline Awards which are referred to as the Oscars of Travel. These were