The lettering of the German airline Lufthansa is seen on a new aircraft Airbus A 350, pictured during the annual press conference of the airline in Munich, southern Germany, on March 16, 2017. / AFP PHOTO
The lettering of the German airline Lufthansa is seen on a new aircraft Airbus A 350, pictured during the annual press conference of the airline in Munich, southern Germany, on March 16, 2017. / AFP PHOTO

Lufthansa to operate Airbus A380 between Bangkok-Frankfurt

business March 21, 2017 12:13

By The Natiom

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Thailand has once again proven to be one of the most important growing markets within the Lufthansa Group network.



As of October 29, Lufthansa will be operating daily an Airbus A380 between Bangkok and Frankfurt, replacing the existing Boeing 747-400 for the winter timetable. 

With this change of aircraft, there will be a capacity increase of 35 per cent from October to March 2018 on this route, the airline said.

“Our customers will be thrilled to travel with us on the Airbus A380. It is comfortable, spacious and quiet, which makes it perfect for long-haul flights like services between Bangkok and Frankfurt,” said Dirk Grossmann, general manager Passenger Sales Thailand and the Mekong Region for Lufthansa Group.