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Lufthansa to offer long-haul flights from Berlin for first time since 2001

Lufthansa to offer long-haul flights from Berlin for first time since 2001

Lufthansa will be stationing a long-haul aircraft in Berlin for the first time since 2001, connecting Germany’s capital with New York.

Flights on this non-stop route will commence on November, 8th.

Lufthansa will offer the service five times a week – every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday – using an Airbus A330-300.

With this new flight, the Lufthansa Group will offer direct flights from the New York area to four destinations in Germany — Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf and Berlin.

Also in the upcoming winter 2017/18 timetable, which begins on October 28th, 2017, long-haul flights from Miami to Düsseldorf, Germany, will resume.


The MIA–DUS flight will also commence on November 8th, 2017, being offered three times per week, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The route will operate with an Airbus A330-300

“The addition of the JFK–Berlin route and the Miami–Düsseldorf route continues to display Lufthansa’s strong commitment to servicing the United States of America,” said Tamur Goudarzi Pour, Lufthansa Group vice president airline sales for The Americas.

“Furthermore, passengers traveling on these newly introduced flights will be able to experience the quality service and premium products that Lufthansa is proud to offer.”

The TXL - JFK route connects two of the most lively tourist hotspots, globally.

Berlin is a dynamic city with strong historic roots and cultural diversity.

Passengers flying there can expect to encounter a thriving art scene, as well as many modern and historic landmarks.

Düsseldorf is home to a flourishing fashion landscape and known for its booming commercial areas.