Lufthansa open Spa in First Class Lounge at Frankfurt Airport
An oasis of calm and relaxation awaits Lufthansa First Class passengers and members of the HON Circle at the new First Class Lounge in Concourse B at Frankfurt Airport following the opening of an exclusive First Class Spa on the premises. The spa’s extensive bathing area is equipped with six superior-quality shower rooms (two of them with jacuzzis), and - for the first time at a Lufthansa Lounge - two massage rooms. Here, guests can freshen up, unwind, recharge their batteries and also choose from a range of cosmetic treatments and massages.
Lufthansa opens lounge spa at Frankfurt
An oasis of calm and relaxation awaits Lufthansa First Class passengers and members of the HON Circle at the new First Class Lounge in Concourse B at Frankfurt Airport following the opening of an exclusive First Class Spa on the premises.
Lufthansa Italia expands its network
Within just weeks of its inaugural flight, Lufthansa Italia is expanding its network in response to high demand. From 1 April, the airline will also offer flights on domestic routes from Milan Malpensa to Rome, Naples and Bari. Since the beginning of February, passengers have had a choice of several direct flights per day to Paris and Barcelona. Starting this week, the airline will also fly to Brussels, Budapest, Bucharest and Madrid. From the end of March, Lufthansa Italia will then add another two European destinations - London Heathrow and Lisbon - to its network.
Lufthansa defies tough market by raising forecasts
Lufthansa has defied tough market conditions by raising its forecasts for the full-year 2008, as lower fuel prices and cost reductions offset weakening demand.The German carrier said it would post a full-year operating profit of around 1.3 billion euros (US$1.7 billion), compared with its previous expectation of 1.1 billion, thanks to a stronger-than-expected fourth quarter.
Time up for Lufthansa over Alitalia deal, says Berlusconi
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has said time has run out for Lufthansa to make a bid for reshaped Alitalia, paving the way for Air France-KLM to take a 25 percent stake in the relaunched carrier.“I don’t think there’s any more time for Lufthansa to insert itself in talks between Alitalia and Air France-KLM,” Berlusconi told a conference at the weekend.
Decision of Lufthansa bid for Brussels delayed
The outcome for Lufthansa‘s bid for Brussels Airlines has been put off by the European Commission till the end of this month, rather than the originally planned January 12.The EC said the delay was so its officials could further examine possible anti-competitive aspects of the proposed acquisition.
Lufthansa board approves Austrian purchase
The Supervisory Board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG has approved a bid to purchase up to 100 per cent of the shares in Austrian Airlines. Lufthansa will initially acquire the 41.56 per cent share in Austrian Airlines AG held by ?-sterreichische Industrieholding AG (?-IAG). This share package is to be acquired at a price of EUR 366,000.
Lufthansa launches Italia brand
Lufthansa is launching its new “Lufthansa Italia” brand in Italy. The new airline blends “traditional Lufthansa values, notably reliability and high quality, with Italian flair.”
Lufthansa mobile boarding pass lands in UK
Lufthansa has selected the UK as a key launch market outside Germany for its pioneering mobile boarding pass.
Lufthansa office opens in Budapest
Lufthansa Systems has announced the official opening of its new Operation Center in Budapest.
Lufthansa adds online seat selection
Lufthansa passengers can choose their seat now when checking in onlinevia www.lufthansa.com.
Lufthansa readies for A380 test
The Airbus A380 will demonstrate its quality and operational maturity underrealistic conditions for the first time on a number of scheduled flights at the endof March 2007.