The airlines are also increasing their offers again at Germany's second largest airport. Lufthansa and its subsidiaries are expanding particularly strongly.
From July 1, 2020, around 90 destinations will be accessible from Munich's Franz Josef Strauss Airport. The airport announced that against the background of the removal of many travel restrictions, the airlines have decided to gradually resume their international connections.
Starting next week, Lufthansa will again be offering a large number of European destinations as well as other long-haul connections to America and Asia. The crane line has been flying to Chicago, Los Angeles and Tel Aviv since the beginning of June. Connections to Delhi, Montreal, San Francisco and Seoul are also planned for the second half of June. The airline Qatar Airways has maintained its flight operations in Munich for the past few weeks and months and is planning to fly to Doha every day instead of four times a week from July.
Lufthansa is expanding its flight schedule within Europe: in addition to Brussels, Milan, Rome, Vienna and Zurich, which have been regularly served again since the beginning of the month, Lufthansa and its subsidiary Air Dolomiti will be offering up to 70 other European destinations in the next few weeks. This also includes many popular holiday destinations such as Antalya, Catania, Dubrovnik, Lamezia Terme, Larnaka, Malaga and Nice. The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings is already back in action on the routes to Hamburg, Cologne, Palma de Mallorca and Pristina. The airline will also fly regularly to Olbia from June 25th.
Alitalia already has daily flights to Rome, KLM to Amsterdam and Luxair to Luxembourg. Air France will switch its connection to Paris, which currently operates twice a week, to a daily scheduled service from June 15th. The Greek airline Aegean has resumed its connection from Munich to Athens and will be returning to Thessaloniki from July 1st. There are four flights a week with Finnair to Helsinki and with AirBaltic to Riga. Belavia flies to Minsk twice a week. Icelandair plans to return to Reykjavik twice a week from June 16.