Lufthansa has announced new seasonal nonstop flights between Munich and Dubai that will start just in time for the winter half-year and coinciding with the opening of the EXPO.
Starting 1st October 2021 and running through 23rd April 2021, Lufthansa will fly thrice-weekly between the Bavarian capital and Dubai. The flight schedule is:
- Departure time: 22:30
- Arrival time: 06:40 (the next day)
- Flight time: 6 hours and 10 minutes
- Flight number: LH638
- Frequency: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
- Departure time: 08:30
- Arrival time: 12:50
- Flight time: 6 hours and 20 minutes
- Flight number: LH639
- Frequency: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
Flights will be operated by a Airbus A350-900 featuring 3 classes of travel – Business Class, Premium Economy Class and Economy Class.
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Stefan Kreuzpaintner, Head of the Munich hub and Head of Sales for the Lufthansa Group, said:
We are pleased to be able to offer an attractive long-haul destination as a new route from Munich for the first time since the pandemic began. Due to the high demand, Munich is the third hub of the Lufthansa Group to add Dubai to its flight schedule, after Frankfurt and Zurich. And for the first time, our passengers will be able to travel from Munich to the Emirates on the most sustainable long-haul aircraft in our fleet: the Airbus A350-900.
This is not a new route for the German flag carrier. The airline flew between Munich International Airport and Dubai International Airport from 2003 to 2016, most recently with an Airbus A330.
Lufthansa recently announced that it will re-activate 5 of its Airbus A340-600s in order to give more premium options to travel. The carrier has also enabled fast check-in with digital vaccination certificate.
Featured image by Lufthansa
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