Lufthansa is extending domestic German Dreamliner flights until January 9, 2023

Boeing 787-9 (Photo: V1Images.com/Dirk Grothe).
Boeing 787-9 (Photo: V1Images.com/Dirk Grothe).

Lufthansa is extending domestic German Dreamliner flights until January 9, 2023

Boeing 787-9 (Photo: V1Images.com/Dirk Grothe).
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Lufthansa is extending the use of Boeing 787-9 long-haul jets within Germany until at least January 9, 2023. With effect from December 1, 2022, there will be a change in the operational plan.

It is currently planned that the LH96 route from Frankfurt am Main will be served daily with Boeing 787-9s, except on Tuesdays and Thursdays. LH108 and LH116 are to be flown with this type of aircraft every day except Tuesdays.

From Munich it goes - except on Tuesdays and Thursdays - as LH101 to Frankfurt am Main. Likewise, LH113 and LH121 are served with Dreamliners, except on Tuesdays.

Lufthansa recently took delivery of the first Boeing 787-9 and uses them commercially initially in domestic trafficpure. Man led in the last few days various training flights through. Among other things, they were guests in Rostock and Bremen. The cabin of the first unit is the same as that originally intended for Hainan. The first machine became official earlier this week baptized in the name of Berlin.

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