Flying offers us unbelievable possibilities: Nowadays, we can be in far-away countries within just a few hours, or after longer flights even at the other end of the world. When you fly with an airline of the Lufthansa Group*, you can choose from over 300 destinations in more than 100 countries!
The timetables, i.e. where you can fly to with an airline, are, however, not permanently fixed - they constantly undergo change, so to speak. The airlines adjust these timetables to accommodate various things: There is, for example, a summer and a winter timetable, as certain destinations are more popular in the summer, especially during the summer holidays, than others, which people tend to travel to more in the winter.
Customer demand also plays a role, of course. If a lot of people want to travel to a country, Lufthansa will add it to the timetable under certain circumstances. From autumn/winter 2015 onwards, Lufthansa will be flying to a few exciting, new destinations: the Maldives, Mauritius, Nairobi, Cancún, Tampa and Panama.
But apart from this, Lufthansa takes you to the widest range of destinations on all continents (except for Australia): In Africa, Lufthansa flies to South Africa, Morocco, Egypt and Ghana, for example. On the American continent, in addition to many destinations in the United States of America, you can currently travel to Canada, Alaska, Mexico, Venezuela, Argentina, Columbia, Uruguay and Brazil with the Lufthansa Group*. Japan, China, Thailand, India, Singapore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Iran, Israel, Turkey and many more destinations are awaiting you in Asia.
However, the most destinations the Lufthansa Group* flies to are on its home continent, Europe. Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, France, Great Britain, Denmark, Finland, Russia, Iceland and Hungary are just a few of the Lufthansa destinations there. Where will your next flight go to?
*Apart from Lufthansa itself, the following airlines are part of the Lufthansa Group: Germanwings, Austrian Airlines, SWISS and Brussels Airlines.