Lufthansa: Network Almost Back to Old Level in September

German airline Lufthansa expects its network of routes to be nearly back to pre-coronavirus levels by September, despite air traffic restrictions. That’s what the head of flight route planning at Lufthansa said in an interview.


According to planner Heiko Reitz, Lufthansa, with its subsidiaries Swiss, Austrian, Eurowings and Brussels Airlines, wants to return to almost all destinations worldwide. However, flights will then be less frequent than before because the number of travellers is still much lower than before the outbreak of the corona pandemic.

A number of tourist destinations are already back in the network for the summer. Lufthansa hopes that profitable business travel will also recover from the crisis.

KLM previously said that the international network is almost back to its old level but that there are also fewer flights to destinations.

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