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Lufthansa flights

The German airline Lufthansa is one of the largest airlines in Europe and the flag carrier of Germany. The airline has two main hubs, located in Frankfurt and Munich. The majority of the connections offered by Lufthansa are to be found in Europe, while they also offer flights to parts of Asia and North America. Lufthansa is one of the founding members of the airline alliance Star Alliance.

Lufthansa plans to restart Seattle-Munich flights on May 30
New route Flights from Salzburg to London with Lufthansa are now available
New airline Salzburg-London flights now available with Lufthansa
Re-launch Flights from MUC to Seattle with Lufthansa will resume on May 30
Re-launch Lufthansa re-launches Jersey to Munich flights on Apr 27
Re-launch On April 27, Lufthansa will re-launch flights from Munich to Jersey
Re-launch Shenyang-Frankfurt flights to be re-launched by Lufthansa on April 3
New route Fly to Frankfurt from RDU with Lufthansa. New route launches on Jun 6
New route Fly with Lufthansa from OUL to Munich
New route New flights! Explore Oulu with Lufthansa from Munich
New route New route from Munich to Johannesburg with Lufthansa on June 3
New airline New Lufthansa-route to Frankfurt from RDU. Fly on June 6 or later
New airline New route. Fly to Munich with Lufthansa from Oulu
New airline Lufthansa introduces new route from Munich to Oulu
New airline Munich-Johannesburg flights to begin on Jun 3 with Lufthansa
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Lufthansa airports

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An airline hub is an airport where the airline has a heavy presence and normally some kind of headquarters. On the other hand, a focus city is a destination where the airline operates limited point-to-point routes. In these cities, the airline doesn’t necessarily need to have an office (even though this sometimes is the case). Many low-cost airlines don't use the definition 'hub' but instead define their main airports of operations as an operating base.