• Joe Breitfeller

Lufthansa Doubles Number of Flights for Easter Travel Season

For the Easter 2021 travel season Lufthansa has increased their flight offer with service between Munich and the Canary Islands doubled and flights to Mallorca from Frankfurt more than tripled.

Lufthansa Airbus A320neo - Courtesy Lufthansa

On Friday (March 12, 2021), Lufthansa announced that they will substantially increase the number of flights offered for the Easter travel season with flights between Munich and the Canary Islands doubled and service from Frankfurt to Mallorca more than tripled. Over the last two weeks, the carrier has seen an increase in bookings to Mallorca up by 80 percent, to the Canary Islands by 20 percent and to Mexico by 50 percent. In total, Lufthansa will offer around 1,200 European flights from march through April 2021, a 200 percent increase in flights from Munich and 50 percent more from Frankfurt, compared to the current offer.

Lufthansa has found that Spanish destinations are in particularly high demand, and therefore, the carrier will serve just about every Canary Island for the first time. Easter service between Munich and Gran Canaria will be doubled and the frequencies between Frankfurt and both Gran Canaria and Tenerife will be increased by 50 percent. Instead of two weekly flights between Munich and Mallorca, Lufthansa will now offer up to eleven weekly frequencies, while service to Mallorca from Frankfurt will be increased from six to as many as 20 weekly connections during the Easter season.


Eurowings is also expanding frequencies to Mallorca with up to 325 weekly flights from 24 German and UK airports to Palma de Mallorca. Additionally, the popular sun soaked destinations of Valencia and Málaga in Spain are also heavily booked for Easter holidays. Long-haul flights to Cancun (Mexico) and San José (Costa Rica) are also holiday favorites and Lufthansa is offering daily and five-times weekly service from Frankfurt to both destinations, respectively. Lufthansa reminds Customers to familiarize themselves with the current entry and quarantine regulations at their destination when planning their trip.



Source: Lufthansa

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