From January 8, 2024, the airlines of the Lufthansa Group plan to resume their flights to Tel Aviv.
In a first phase, Lufthansa Airlines will initially offer four weekly flights from Frankfurt and three weekly flights from Munich. Austrian Airlines is planning eight weekly connections and SWISS five weekly flights.
Restoration of Services by Lufthansa Group
This restoration move by the airline Group represents approximately 30 percent of the regular flight schedule, and will be operated by Airbus A320 family aircraft.
Lufthansa Airlines: Frankfurt and Munich
Lufthansa Airlines, a key player in the Lufthansa Group, is set to operate four weekly flights from Frankfurt and three from Munich.
This strategic distribution aims to cater to diverse travel needs and preferences, ensuring convenience for passengers from various regions.
Austrian Airlines: Eight Weekly Connections
Austrian Airlines is contributing significantly to the resumption plan, offering a robust eight weekly connections.
SWISS: Five Weekly Flights
SWISS, another prominent member of the group, is scheduled to operate five weekly flights.
This adds an extra layer of flexibility for passengers, providing more choices for those planning their journeys to and from Tel Aviv.
Transfers via Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna, and Zurich
One of the standout features of the resumption plan is the superior transfer connections offered by the Lufthansa Group.
With hubs strategically located in Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna, and Zurich, passengers traveling to and from Israel can seamlessly connect to North America and other destinations.
This strategic advantage underscores the commitment of the Lufthansa Group to facilitate smooth and efficient travel experiences.
Further details of the flight scheduling is set to be published on Monday, December 18. From this date onward, eager travelers can secure their seats by making bookings.
Safety First: Lufthansa Group’s Commitment
Safety is paramount for the airlines within the Lufthansa Group. Close monitoring of the security situation in Israel, coupled with continuous communication with local and international authorities, reflects the group’s unwavering commitment to passenger safety.
While the announced schedule is promising, it’s essential to acknowledge that adjustments may occur based on changing conditions, underscoring the group’s proactive approach to ensuring safe travel.
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