Premium and quality products have always been Lufthansa’s promise to its passengers. With this, the airline is introducing a new premium product on long-haul routes under the name “Allegris” in all travel classes (i.e. Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First Class). “Allegris” has been developed exclusively for the Lufthansa Group.
IHG® Hotels & Resorts, one of the world’s leading hospitality companies, today announces the signing of a Multi-Development-Agreement (MDA) with Solutions4Hotels GmbH (S4H), a commitment to develop 10 hotels of the Holiday Inn brand family with approximately 800 rooms in Germany. IHG and S4H have also signed Holiday Inn Express Leipzig South as part of the MDA.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® has appointed Roland Duerr as the managing director of Rosewood Munich, the ultra-luxury hospitality brand’s first property in Germany and sixth in Europe, opening in 2023.
German Federal Tax Office plans to levy VAT on sales of German travel product by non-EU tour operators threaten to make Germany “a toxic destination”. That is according to Tom Jenkins, chief executive of European tourism association Etoa, who denounced the plans as “seriously unreasonable”.
Lufthansa Group and Amadeus are working to integrate the airlines’ NDC offers into the Amadeus Travel Platform targeting a gradual global roll-out in quarter four 2022 onwards.
The eagerly anticipated Oktoberfest returns after a 2-year break and The Charles Hotel, a Rocco Forte Hotel in Munich is collaborating with the up-and-coming Munich-based traditional costume it-label CocoVero for the first time.
The new managing director at the world-famous Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin is called Karina Ansos and is the first woman ever to head the historic hotel at the Brandenburg Gate in the German capital as of mid-October. After three successful years, the previous director, Michael Sorgenfrey, is handing over the reins to his successor – he himself is taking a sabbatical. A return to one of the hotels of the worldwide Kempinski Hotels at a later date is not excluded.
German holidaymakers are set to be back in full swing by 2024, according to GlobalData, which expects the country’s outbound travel to recover to 117.9 million tourists, surpassing 2019’s 116.1 million despite economic decline in Europe.
Lufthansa welcomes a new aircraft model to its fleet. The first Boeing 787, registered D-ABPA, landed at Frankfurt Airport today. The aircraft was originally built for another airline but had not been integrated into the carrier’s fleet
Lufthansa is gearing up to take delivery of its 1st Boeing 787 tomorrow. According to a post on the airline’s Instagram story