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Lufthansa reinstates services to Germany from Birmingham, Edinburgh and Glasgow

Posted 3 August 2020 · Add Comment

From today, travellers from The Midlands will be able to take advantage of Lufthansa’s daily service to Munich, as the service from Birmingham Airport, which had been paused due to the pandemic, has now been reinstated as of today.

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With flights arriving in under two hours, holidaymakers can take advantage of the short hop to Bavaria’s capital and enjoy the art museums, Neo-Gothic landmarks, such as the popular Neues Rathaus (town hall) with its daily glockenspiel show, or head further afield to visit the famous 19th century Neuschwanstein Castle.

In addition, Lufthansa services from Scotland’s main airports, Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports, will also be reintroduced. The cities can now benefit from 11 weekly services to Frankfurt. Frankfurt is ideal for those seeking a cultural city break with photogenic medieval houses, miles of waterfront trails to explore lined with art and film museums, and botanical gardens.

Birmingham (BHX) to Munich (MUC)

Edinburgh (EDI) to Frankfurt (FRA)
Six weekly services (except Tuesday) with return fares from £110.92pp

Glasgow (GLA) to Frankfurt (FRA)
Five weekly services (except Monday and Wednesday) with return fares from £97.40pp

In total, 198 weekly flights are now available across the Lufthansa Group network, from six different ports in the UK and Ireland, to nine hubs across Europe.

Following the gradual reinstatement of services, Lufthansa now offers a total of 87 services to destinations, including Rhodes and Turkey from Munich International for those seeking onward travel connection opportunities. From 7th September, Lufthansa will also be returning to Marseille, Gothenburg, Kiev and Sibiu (Romania), and from 5th October to Graz.

Lufthansa has been a leader in safety since the start of the pandemic and passenger safety remains top priority, particularly with regards to providing maximum hygiene procedures on board and on the ground. provides the most up to date information on the new hygiene measures developed with experts, in addition to information on the adapted in-flight services, current flight schedule and flexible rebooking options.

When planning a trip, customers are advised to check individual countries current entry and quarantine regulations before booking.


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