Lufthansa Hyderabad-Frankfurt flights raised to 7
High demand, seat factor prompt increase in German airline's
flights to India.
BY OUR AVIATION CORRESPONDENT
March 28, 2006
Lufthansa is to add another three daily flights on Hyderabad-Frankfurt sector by March 26, increasing its total number of flights on the route to seven. This addition will increase the total number of flights operated by the German airline to India to 42.
"Lufthansa's flights on the Hyderabad-Frankfurt sector were well received, since its launch in February 2005. The high seat load factor on this route has been the key reason for us to more than double our capacity in this sector," Luftahnsa General Manager Passenger Sales (India) and Director (South Asia ) Werner Heesen was quoted in a release.
"Being the cyber-city and the biotech hub in India , Hyderabad is a growing business centre," he added.
Lufthansa has also announced special fares on Hyderabad-Frankfurt sector. Passengers can book tickets until April 30 for travel to Europe, including Germany and UK at Rs 19,900, while the same to Chicago , Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco be around Rs 38,000.
It has also introduced FlyNet on the Hyderabad-Frankfurt sector, a service that enables passengers to access high-speed wireless Internet, while cruising over 32,000 feet above the sea level. PrivateBed, a newly-designed exclusive business class seat, is another addition on this sector, the airline said in a statement.