- Additional family vacation destinations from Frankfurt: Punta Cana, Anchorage, Mombasa and Zanzibar
- Mauritius and Maldives now also in summer season 2021
- All flights are now bookable and fully adaptable rebookable
Lufthansa is continuing to extend its tourist giving from Frankfurt for the summer season of 2021. 6 new very long-haul destinations for upcoming summer season are now obtainable for bookings.
Starting up on March 29, for illustration, there will be three weekly flights from Frankfurt to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic and, commencing on March 31, twice weekly flights from Frankfurt to Mombasa (Kenya) with onward flights to the desire island of Zanzibar (Tanzania). Starting up June 3 Lufthansa is giving an additional premiere: from Frankfurt there will be a immediate flight to Anchorage in Alaska (Usa) three time a 7 days.
In addition, the interesting family vacation destinations of Mauritius and Malé in the Maldives will not only be available in winter, but will also be on the flight program in summer season from 2021.
The flights from Frankfurt to Punta Cana, Anchorage and Mauritius are a cooperation with Eurowings and are operated by Brussels Airways. They can be booked equally via lufthansa.com and eurowings.com. The flights from Frankfurt to Malé as effectively as Mombasa and Zanzibar are available by the Lufthansa core model. These flights can only be booked via lufthansa.com.
Lufthansas objective is to actively condition the potential of tourism. This was a strategic aim even ahead of the coronavirus pandemic. Considering the fact that the beginning of July 2019, Lufthansa has been giving a lot of supplemental tourist destinations.
The flights are bookable merged with interesting and adaptable rebooking alternatives.
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