GERMANY- Starting in mid-August, Lufthansa (LH) is expanding its in-flight service to provide Business Class passengers on long-haul flights departing from Germany with an extended selection of main dishes.
Passengers can now choose from six different regional and seasonal menus, with the option to make their selections up to 24 hours prior to departure. This offers travelers a more enjoyable dining experience and contributes to reducing food waste.
Lufthansa Enhanced Service
Furthermore, as of August 1st, Lufthansa is introducing an extended range of hot beverages in its Onboard Delights Service for European flights. This includes a sustainable, reusable cup made from recyclable plastic, replacing the previous disposable cup with a plastic lid.
In addition to premium instant coffee options like latte macchiato, passengers can now enjoy three tea varieties and hot chocolate in the new eco-friendly cup. This initiative aligns with Lufthansa Group’s commitment to eliminate single-use plastic and aluminum onboard by 2025.
Lufthansa is introducing several exciting features to entertain young passengers on its long-haul flights. In the near future, the airline’s “e-journals” media library will present an extended selection of age-appropriate reading materials in the Children’s Media Box.
This includes a diverse range of magazines and journals in multiple languages, available for free download. Additionally, coloring pages will be provided to keep the little ones engaged while waiting at the gate and during their flight.
In-Flight Entertainment Program
Furthermore, young travelers can access complimentary children’s podcasts through the FlyNet portal on short- and medium-haul flights, enhancing their entertainment options.
Lufthansa is also expanding its in-flight entertainment program for kids during summer. Over 50 films, TV shows, and audio programs will be available on long-haul flights.
To make this content easily accessible, children’s TV programs and audiobooks can be accessed at no cost via QR codes at Lufthansa gates and play areas in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport and Terminal 1 at Frankfurt Airport.
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