The Lufthansa Group continues to ramp up its services to the United States, resuming flights to its key, global gateways. On Monday, July 27, the Group’s flagship carrier, Lufthansa, resumes service to New York’s JFK International Airport, operating five weekly flights to and from the airline’s largest hub in Frankfurt, Germany. Lufthansa is continuing to meet the demand of its loyal customers throughout the United States and is now connecting the metropolitan New York region to its growing network of international destinations that are slowly easing travel restrictions.
The resumed route will operate out of New York’s JFK on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, using an Airbus A330-300 with a three-class configuration of Business, Premium Economy and Economy classes. Initially, flights will operate five times per week from July 27 through August 30. Beginning August 31 until October 24, the end of the summer schedule, the flights increase to one daily flight each week.Email Post to a Friend