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Lufthansa is the German national carrier, the first in Europe and the fourth in the world in terms of served customers. The Lufthansa Group includes Lufthansa Regional, Lufthansa Cargo, Germanwings, Austrian Airlines, Swiss Int. Airlines and several other companies that partly belong to the German giant. Lufthansa is one of the founders of the aerial alliance Star Alliance. In 1926, a company called Hans Deutsche Luft was founded in Berlin. Today, the company's headquarters is in Cologne, but the main base is at Frankfurt Airport. From 2001, the airport base in Munich is also the base for the airline. Lufthansa flies in 18 German and 202 international directions. The entire group serves over 400 destinations on five continents.
At Lufthansa airline, you can take hand luggage onboard the plane. Its dimensions and weight are determined by airlines and may vary depending on the booking class or route. Registered luggage in Lufthansa must also have certain size and weight. There, too, everything depends on the travel class and route.
Passengers have four booking classes to choose from. In the cheapest, economical class, available on short and medium distances, passengers have a lot of space thanks to the ergonomic shapes of the seats. Additional comfort is provided by adjustable headrests.
In the Premium Economy class on intercontinental routes, passengers are entitled to an increased luggage allowance.
At most airports, passengers of the first and business class can use special lounges offering many services. The first class of Lufthansa was awarded in the Skytrax ranking, that checks quality of airlines’ services.
At 23 hours before departure you can check-in online, choose a place on the plane and print your boarding pass or send it to your phone. Online check-in is possible on routes:
• Lufthansa – the whole world,
• Austrian – between Germany and Austria,
• SWISS – only for departures from Frankfurt, Munich, Belgrade, Tokyo, Vienna and Catania,
• LOT – (with the exception of Hamburg and Stuttgart) between Germany and Poland,
• TAP Air Portugal only for departures from Dusseldorf or London Heathrow,
• Adria Airways and Croatia Airlines at departures from Germany,
• SAS for departures from Germany (except for Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Berlin Tegel), Dubai and Zagreb.
The air fleet belonging to the Lufthansa Group is the second largest in the world. It consists of nearly 300 aircraft. Airbus A380-800, A340-600, A340-300, A330-300 and Boeing 747-8, 747-400, BBJ 737-800 IGW are flying on intercontinental routes. Medium range routes are served by Airbus A321-100 / 200, A320-200, A319-100 and Boeing 737-500, 737-300. Embraer ERJ-195 and ERJ-190 aircraft as well as Bombardier CRJ900 and CRJ700 are flying on the shortest routes.
The airport is also known as the Rhine-Men. It is the busiest airport in Germany, the third in Europe (after Heathrow and Charles de Gaulle) and the ninth in the world. The airport is located 12 km southwest of the Frankfurt’s city centre. It is the main base of Lufthansa and German Condor lines.
Frankfurt Airport was founded in 1936. Today, in two terminals, it serves 58 million passengers a year. Terminal T1, divided into zones A, B, C and Z, serves Lufthansa and Star Alliance flights. There is also a separate part of the terminal for supporting Lufthansa first class passengers.
Terminal T2 is divided into zones D and E.
In the economy class on all routes are served hot and cold drinks, and depending on the route – snacks or hot meal. In the Premium Economy class, passengers are greeted on board with a drink. Business class passengers can choose dishes from the menu depending on the length of the route and direction. First class catering dishes are prepared by the best chiefs.
On intercontinental routes passengers of all classes can watch the Sport 24 channel for free. The offer of the English-language programs includes football matches of German Bundesliga, English Premier League, Formula 1 races, tennis matches and golf tournaments. The channel's operation is conditional upon the availability on-board of the FlyNet online service (it is on about 90 percent of the carrier’s aircrafts). Thanks to it, passengers can also use the Internet on their own devices during the flight.