Updated: Jan 11
Lufthansa announced Friday that they will be launching service to Paris-Orly from Munich for the first time starting March 16, 2020. The twice-daily service will be operated with a Bombardier CRJ 900 regional jet.
Today, Lufthansa announced they will be offering service to Paris-Orly for the first time from Munich starting March 16, 2020. The twice daily flights will be operated by a Bombardier CRJ 900 regional jet in the airline’s 2019/20 winter timetable. The morning flight (LH2244) departs Munich at 6:50AM and the evening flight will depart at 5:35PM. The return flights from Paris-Orly arrive in Munich at 10:30AM and 8:10PM respectively. The flexible Munich arrival times provide customers with excellent morning connections to North America, Japan and India, while the evening arrival allows for convenient connections to Asia and Mexico. In Friday’s announcement, Lufthansa’s Munich Hub CEO, Wilken Bormann said,
“Paris is one of the most important destinations in the world for the Lufthansa Group. With Paris-Orly, our guests will have for the first time a direct connection from the south of the metropolis to our Munich hub.”
The new Paris-Orly service complements Lufthansa’s 40 weekly flights between Munich and Paris-Charles de Gaulle, providing additional convenient customer options. Paris-Orly Airport is located around nine kilometers south of Paris and handled 33 million passengers in 2018.