Lufthansa summer flight timetable

Lufthansa summer flight timetable

with plenty of new holiday destinations

Is your holiday all set for this summer? If not, we might have some good ideas for you as Lufthansa is adding new attractive destinations to its flight timetable for the summer season 2017.

Since the end of March 2017, for the first time there are the following flights from Frankfurt:
- three times a week to Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
- twice a week (Thursday and Sunday) to Bordeaux (France)
- once a week to Shannon (Ireland)
The programme of summer destinations is completed by Pula (Croatia), the Baltic resort of Heringsdorf, and Funchal (Portugal).

Since the end of March, there are flights six times a week (daily, excluding Wednesday) from Munich to Nantes, located in the Pays de la Loire region of France. Not only passengers from Frankfurt but also Munich are offered flights to Santiago de Compostela (Spain) every Sunday.
This summer travelers will also have the chance to fly non-stop to Marrakech for the first time – there will be flights twice a week to the Moroccan royal city.

Aside from these new destinations, the summer flight schedule is also being expanded to include more flights to some already popular destinations: There will be more weekly flights to Malta, Cologne, Dublin, the Romanian city of Sibiu, Geneva, Graz, and St. Petersburg. Additionally, both the Canadian city of Montreal and Denver in the USA will be featured daily in the future flight program.

Also the Lufthansa Group airlines Austrian Airlines, SWISS, Brussels Airlines, and Eurowings have included new summer destinations in their timetables and increased their frequencies to popular destinations.

Finding the perfect holiday destination with this great range should not be a problem!

Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, and Eurowings offer their customers precisely 23,476 flights around the world each week. The Lufthansa Group airlines link 308 destinations in 103 countries via their hubs in Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Vienna, and Brussels, but also via many point-to-point routes.