Lufthansa Group is testing green fares on long-haul flights

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The Lufthansa Group is testing the so-called “Green Fares” on some long-haul routes, which have already been offered on short and medium-haul routes for several months.

“The Lufthansa Group is continually expanding its innovative services for more sustainable flying. We are pioneers worldwide with simple, easy to book and individual offers for our customers. I am pleased that we are now also offering Green Fares on selected long-haul flights of all hub airlines. “The strength of our multi-hub and multi-brand strategy is clearly evident here,” says board member Harry Hohmeister.

The “Green Fares” are being tested on the following routes:

  • Frankfurt – Bengaluru (FRA – BLR)
  • Munich – Seoul (MUC – ICN)
  • Brussels – Kinshasa (BRU – FIH)
  • Zurich – Los Angeles (ZRH – LAX)
  • Frankfurt – Miami (FRA – MIA)
  • Singapore – London (SIN – LHR/LCY)
  • Sao Paulo – Zurich (GRU – ZRH)
  • Nairobi – Frankfurt (NBO – FRA)
  • Bangkok – Vienna (BKK – VIE)
  • Hong Kong – London (HKG – LHR/LCY)
  • London – Hong Kong (LHR/LCY – HKG)
  • Paris – Bangkok (CDG/ORY – BKK)
Boeing 747-8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Lukas Wunderlich).
Boeing 747-8 (Photo: V1Images.com/Lukas Wunderlich).
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