Lufthansa German Airlines is the number one

 
 
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Lufthansa German Airlines is the number one European airline in Asia-Pacific, offering the most flights between Asia-Pacific and Europe. With over 85 years of flying experience, they have received numerous awards from all over the world to recognise their achievements. Lufthansa currently flies to 204 destinations in 81 countries from its hubs in Frankfurt and Munich.

In July 2011, Lufthansa has been awarded Best International Airline offline for the 6th consecutive year at the prestigious National Tourism Industry Awards as voted by travel agents. From Australia, Lufthansa, together with its airline partners offer more than 160 weekly connections from all major Australian cities. Customers fly via the following 13 gateways Jakarta, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, Johannesburg, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver and Dallas which connect to and from more than 100 European airports via its hubs in Munich and Frankfurt.

 
Lufthansa First Class 

Four of the 13 gateways are being served by Lufthansa’s A380, with Singapore Changi Airport being the latest addition effective 30 October this year. For the first time this allows Australian passengers to seamlessly travel A380 all the way to Germany. Currently the airline flies its flagship aircraft between Frankfurt and Tokyo, Beijing, Johannesburg, New York, San Francisco and Miami. Singapore will be serviced daily by Lufthansa’s A380 connecting to the airline’s main hub in Germany and offers fast connections into Lufthansa’s large European, North American and African networks.


Along with the new A380, Lufthansa is introducing a completely new First Class and Economy Class cabin alongside its award winning Business Class to the South East Asian market.

 
 Lufthansa Business Class

With the revamp of ten Boeing 747-400 by November 2011, travellers in Economy and Business Class can enjoy a completely refurbished cabin interior. Economy Class passengers can look forward to their own individual inseat entertainment program which is being expanded and will offer an even greater choice, particularly for music and sport fans. In First Class there will be a completely new seating concept. The existing window seat will be converted into a full-length, lie-flat bed measuring over 2 metres in length. First Class passengers will be allocated both window and aisle seat, offering a comfortable seat and a bed for the first time ever.

 
Culinary Highlights 

On intercontinental flights Lufthansa passengers will be able to indulge in culinary highlights created by Lufthansa Star Chefs. Lufthansa seeks out acclaimed master chefs from all over the world to create exclusive menus and regional specialities. Together with world champion sommelier Markus del Monego, Lufthansa offers an excellent wine menu which has been awarded several times.

 
   
Source = Lufthansa
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