Lufthansa Cargo launches A321P2F flights to London Heathrow

Airbus A321F (Photo: Lufthansa Cargo).
Airbus A321F (Photo: Lufthansa Cargo).

Lufthansa Cargo launches A321P2F flights to London Heathrow

Airbus A321F (Photo: Lufthansa Cargo).
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In the 2022/23 winter timetable, Lufthansa Cargo plans to operate a regular cargo flight connection with Airbus A321P2F between Frankfurt am Main and London Heathrow. The current plan is for the route to be served twice a week.

The Lufthansa Group has been fleeting cargo aircraft for some time of the type Airbus A321P2F. These are former passenger planes that have been converted into cargo planes for their new area of ​​responsibility. For example, an A321 that was previously used by Niki and Laudamotion, converted. This type of aircraft becomes operational operated by Lufthansa Cityline on behalf of Lufthansa Cargo.

From November 2, 2022, this type will be used twice a week for pure cargo flights on the Frankfurt am Main-London Heathrow route. The service is planned for the traffic days Wednesday and Friday. The A321P2F is scheduled to take off at 9:15 am with flight number LH8358 from Germany's largest airport. The British capital will be reached around 9 local time. The return flight, LH55, departs Heathrow at 8359:11 am and will arrive in Frankfurt am Main at 25:13 pm.

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