Lufthansa To Add Four New Routes from Frankfurt & Munich

Lufthansa To Add Four New Routes from Frankfurt & Munich
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James Field - Editor in Chief 3 Min Read
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Lufthansa has this week announced plans to add four new routes from it’s operations in Frankfurt & Munich.

These new routes will be launched in the upcoming Summer 2024 season, where travel demand is busier.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

The New Flights from Frankfurt & Munich with Lufthansa…

Lufthansa To Add Four New Routes from Frankfurt & Munich
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In the Summer 2024 season, Lufthansa will be adding the following new routes from Frankfurt & Munich:

  • Trondheim in Norway: The country’s third-largest city will be served twice a week from Munich from April 28.
  • Nantes in France: will be served three times a week from Munich from April 28. It is also an ideal starting point for the Bretagne and the Atlantic coast. 
  • Oulu in Finland: will now also be connected twice a week from Munich during the summer.
  • Chișinău in The Republic of Moldova: will be served five times a week from Frankfurt again from April 29.

These new routes means an additional 12 weekly flights will be added to the network for the Summer.

It is unclear from the information whether these routes will be seasonal or year-round.

The Group Is Gearing Up For A Busy Summer…

Lufthansa To Add Four New Routes from Frankfurt & Munich
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The Lufthansa Group as a whole is gearing up for what is expected to be a busy Summer for them.

In late February, the Group unveiled City Airlines, a new subsidiary launching in the busy period this year.

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Taking off from its hub in Munich, Lufthansa City Airlines will initially connect passengers to several popular destinations:

  • Germany: Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Cologne, and Hanover
  • United Kingdom: Birmingham and Manchester
  • France: Bordeaux.

But this is just the beginning.

The airline plans to gradually expand its network throughout Europe in the coming months, providing even more travel options for passengers looking to explore the continent.

The Lufthansa Group’s commitment to Lufthansa City Airlines is clear.

They have placed a significant order for 40 Airbus A220-300 aircraft, with an additional 20 purchase options.

This investment strengthens the Group’s short-haul network, which plays a crucial role in their overall strategy.


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From Frankfurt & Munich, Lufthansa expects to be very busy this Summer, with the possibilities endless.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how the launch of the City Airlines subsidiary goes, as well as the new routes announced this week.

Furthermore, it is clear that the airline is planning as much as they can to secure a stronger long-term future.

But for now, let’s see how their 2024 performs.

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