Athens, Dubrovnik, Gdansk and Naples new in the timetable
Wednesday 27, January 2010
Lufthansa German Airlines is continuing to grow in Dusseldorf. With the start of the summer flight schedule, non-stop services are to be expanded with flights to Athens, Dubrovnik, Gdansk and Naples.
In the new timetable, they are offering the customers even more attractive destinations and non-stop connections. First-ever newcomers in the summer flight schedule are Athens, Dubrovnik, Gdansk and Naples. The Lufthansa summer timetable in Dusseldorf includes non-stop flights to 58 destinations in Germany, Europe and North America. Gdansk is celebrating a premiere at Dusseldorf Airport – Lufthansa will be the only airline offering flights to the City from Dusseldorf in the summer programme.
Naples is an ideal starting point for holidays on the Gulf of Naples, the Amalfi coast or the legendary Italian resort of Capri. Lufthansa is commencing its first non-stop flights to Naples from Dusseldorf in the summer timetable. A Canadair Regional Jet 900 (CR9) will be connecting Dusseldorf with the Campania region with twice-weekly flights (Thursdays and Saturdays).
Athens and Dubrovnik typify the wide and diverse choice of destinations Lufthansa is serving from Dusseldorf in a dense non-stop route network. Athens will be served by five flights weekly with a CR9, Dubrovnik twice-weekly with a Canadair Regional Jet 700 (CR7). Also in the Lufthansa summer schedule again are flights to Inverness, Jersey, Mallorca, Newquay, Olbia, Venice and Rejkjavik. Moreover, services ex Dusseldorf to Nice are being increased by five frequencies to daily flights.
Since mid-January, Lufthansa has been offering premium customers a special service at Dusseldorf Airport: Exclusive and guaranteed parking lots are available to HON Circle Members and First-Class passengers in the newly opened P7 multi-storey carpark. These parking facilities are right opposite the terminal in the immediate proximity of the First-Class check-in area and the Senator Lounge. Parking with this new Lufthansa premium service costs 22.50 euros per day and three euros each hour thereafter. A rate which is also charged by the airport for regular parking.
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