Cheap flights with Lufthansa Airlines
View and compare some of the economical flights with Lufthansa Airlines. The largest airline in Germany. One can compare prices and book online no from anywhere in the world saving time and money. From its main operational base in Frankfurt. Lufthansa will connect you to 18 domestic and 193 international destinations in 81 countries through Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. There are regular direct flights with Lufthansa from Germany to South Africa.
Cabin comforts with Lufthansa
Meals and drinks are free to all passengers on Lufthansa and Audio-Video-on-demand screens are available on all aircraft. The seats in first and business class convert into 2m lie-flat beds while the newly introduced Premium Economy class boasts of large seats with greater leg room and a more personalised service. Seat-back entertainment screens are standard.
When Travelling to South Africa
Book your car hire in advance and avoid disappointment, especially in season and school holidays. Low cost Car Rental is available at all main airports. At smaller airports if you book in advance the depot will remain open until you arrive. At main airports, Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban airports car hire is open 24/7 – Book your Car Hire Rental online and save time before arriving in South Africa
On the ground, Lufthansa operates four different types of lounge within its destination network. There are three departure lounges and the Welcome Lounge for arrivals only. The first class terminal at Frankfurt Airport is the first of its kind with a staff of 200. The terminal features a restaurant, cigar lounge, bar and bath facilities. The approximately 300 daily guests are driven to their flights by a choice of Mercedes Benz or Porsche motor cars.
Lufthansa Fleet of aircraft
Originally called Deutsche Luft Hansa. Lufthansa began domestic operations in April 1955 with the first international flight taking off two months later. The airline currently operates a fleet of Airbuses including the A380-800 and a fleet of Boeing 747’s. Deliveries of twenty Boeings 777’s are due to begin in 2020. Lufthansa currently has a fleet of over 280 aircraft in service.
Over the years Lufthansa has expanded as a company and is the sole owner of airlines such as Swissair, Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines. The combined number of aircraft operated by Lufthansa and its subsidiaries is over 600.
Fly to Frankfurt with Lufthansa, one of the major gateways to Europe and beyond.