Lufthansa Airlines is expanding its service from Frankfurt and Munich, Germany, to the U.S. next summer with three new connections. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, and Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina are two new destinations starting from Frankfurt, Germany. From Munich, Germany, Lufthansa will also fly for the first time from that city to Seattle, Washington.
New Routes From Frankfurt
Starting next June, Lufthansa Airlines will fly five times weekly throughout the year to the Midwest gateway metro area of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota. Located on the Mississippi River, Minneapolis-St. Paul is an ideal starting point for exploring the state of Minnesota where, urban sophistication meets exciting outdoor adventures.
For the first time, Lufthansa Airlines will add Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, to its flight schedule. It is the airline’s second destination in North Carolina after Charlotte. Starting next June, Lufthansa will fly also fly five times a week throughout the year to Raleigh-Durham, a city that is particularly interesting for business travelers.
Soon Departing From Munich
Next summer, Lufthansa Airlines travelers will be able to choose a new destination from Munich, Germany. The Airbus A350, one of the most sustainable long-haul aircraft in the Lufthansa fleet, will fly to Seattle, Washington, from Munich daily for the first time beginning next May. The Munich flight complements existing daily flights to Seattle from Lufthansa’s Frankfurt hub, thus offering additional travel options to the. state of Washington. In short, Lufthansa is doubling flight frequencies to Seattle.
In addition, Lufthansa Airlines is doubling its number of A380 destinations next summer. From Munich, passengers will experience the Airbus A380 on four American routes at once. Boston, Los Angeles, and New York (JFK) are back, and service on the airliner to Washington, D.C., will take off.