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Lufthansa to Launch Nonstop Service Between Munich and Dubai From October 1st, 2021

Lufthansa will launch three weekly nonstop flights between Munich and Dubai starting October 1st, 2021. The route will be operated with an Airbus A350-900 and the schedule will run until the end of the Bavarian Easter Holidays on April 23, 2022.

Lufthansa Airbus A350-900 - Courtesy Lufthansa

On Wednesday (June 30, 2021), Lufthansa announced the launch of three weekly nonstop flights between Munich and Dubai from October 1st, 2021 through the end of the Bavarian Easter holidays on April 23, 2022. The route will be serviced with a state-of-the-art Airbus A350-900. The departing flight, LH 638, takes off from Munich at 22:30 and arrives in Dubai at 06:40 the following morning, while the return flight departs Dubai at 08:30 and arrives in Munich at 12:50.

In Wednesday’s announcement, Lufthansa’s Head of the Munich hub and Head of Sales Group, Stefan Kreuzpaintner, said,

“We are pleased to be able to offer an attractive long-haul destination as a new route from Munich for the first time since the pandemic began. Due to the high demand, Munich is the third hub of the Lufthansa Group to add Dubai to its flight schedule, after Frankfurt and Zurich. And for the first time, our passengers will be able to travel from Munich to the Emirates on the most sustainable long-haul aircraft in our fleet: the Airbus A350-900.”

Lufthansa previous offered service between Munich and Dubai from 2003 through 2016, most recently utilizing an Airbus A330.

The health and safety of guests is Lufthansa’s top priority, so onboard services and procedures before, during and after flights have been adapted to meet the current regulatory requirements. This includes distance rules for boarding and disembarking and mandatory medical masks, among other things. Additionally, all aircraft have been fitted with hospital operating room grade Hepa filters to clean the cabin air.

Source: Lufthansa


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