Lufthansa cuts fare from UAE to Europe by 30%

Lufthansa German Airlines on Tuesday said it had slashed fares on certain European cities by up to 30 per cent for passengers flying from the UAE as part of its winter sales.

Passengers will be flying from Dubai and Abu Dhabi to European cities via Frankfurt. The airline said the bookings are being taken from September 19.

The festive holidays are now just around the corner, and UAE passengers can look forward to a more affordable break with return fares starting from as little as Dh2190.  While most discounts from other carriers exclude peak holidays, Lufthansa passengers can avail of the lower fares even for travel on the popular dates including Eid Al Adha, Christmas, New Year and Easter, but must be booked in advance to secure seats.

The top travel destinations on offer include Barcelona (Dh2,490), Berlin (Dh2,590), Dublin (Dh2,190), Frankfurt (Dh2,350), London (Dh2,730), Munich (Dh2,300) and Paris (Dh2,460). Prices quoted are for Economy Class returns including all taxes and fees and must be booked via the airline’s website.  Travel period starts any date before March 31, 2013 with the return flights on or before June 30, 2013.

“Planning for holidays can be a daunting task especially when prices become prohibitive. We trust that with Lufthansa’s winter fares, our passengers will be able to afford the holiday they have been dreaming of.  Flying with Lufthansa is also made more enjoyable with our product upgrades such as FlyNet’, the most advanced onboard broadband internet hotspot worldwide,” said Peter Pollak, General Manager, UAE and Director Gulf, Afghanistan & Iraq for Lufthansa.

Lufthansa flies non-stop between UAE and Germany, with daily flights from Abu Dhabi to Frankfurt and daily services from Dubai to Frankfurt and Munich.

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