Lufthansa launches new flights to Rio de Janeiro and resumes flights to Bangkok

Lufthansa launched new flights to Rio de Janeiro and resumed flights to Bangkok

For the first time, the airline will operate a non-stop flight from Munich to Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and San Diego (USA), and will return flights to Bangkok (Thailand) again. After a long break, Mumbai (India), Toronto (Canada) and Washington (USA) reappeared on the schedule. The intercontinental network from Munich now has 21 destinations, ten more than in 2021.

Flights are operated by the latest Airbus A350, the world's most environmentally friendly long-haul aircraft. The Airbus A350 emits 30 percent less CO2 and produces half the noise of previous Airbus models. and Boeing.

On Friday, April 1, flight LH466 took off for the first time from Munich to San Diego. Scheduled Frequency — five times a week at 12:40. On Sunday, LH500 — went to Rio de Janeiro. at 12:15 with a frequency of also 5 weekly flights. On Sunday, LH772 headed for Bangkok again. Scheduled departure daily at 22:45 pm.

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