With Lufthansa from Poznań
Lufthansa is the biggest international network carrier offering flights from Poznań into a vast global network via hubs in Germany. Airline offers 14 direct flights weekly from Frankfurt to Poznań and 19 from Munich to Poznań. All of them are operated by modern, efficient aircraft in a Business and Economy Class configuration. Thanks to its flexibility and numerous transfer possibilities, Lufthansa is the most convenient and predominant legacy carrier in the region.
"We are proud to be constantly strengthening our position in Poznań. Lufthansa has a growing market share amongst legacy airlines in the Greater Poland. It underlines that our product is highly appreciated by our customers from the region. Poland is a priority market for Lufthansa, being one of the few countries in Europe where Lufthansa has been increasing capacity over-proportionately in last years."
– said Frank Wagner, Country Manager Poland at Lufthansa Group.
Poznań is a strong corporate origin for Lufthansa in Poland. Carrier cooperates with over 500 companies from region in the framework of the programme “Partner Plus Benefit”, which makes it the logical choice for corporate customers in the market. Lufthansa is the only international airline which has put a lot of focus on the Polish regions throughout the years and therefore is also the leading legacy airline in the regions and top of mind airline in Poznań. Lufthansa Business Class guests travelling from Poznań Airport may relax before their departure in a comfortable business lounge.
Lufthansa is consequently investing in the product and services to fulfil the expectations of the most demanding passengers. The retrofitting of the whole Lufthansa long-haul fleet in the new Premium Economy cabin is expected to be completed in this autumn. The first customer ratings for the latest class show a high level of satisfaction - the seating comfort, the service and the excellent value for money are praised in particular.
From August onwards passengers in the Lufthansa Business Class can look forward to a completely new service on board long-haul flights – flight attendants now adapt their service more strongly towards the rhythm of their passengers in order to individually respond to their guests' needs and requests just like a top-class restaurant. With its new restaurant service, Lufthansa is taking another important step towards becoming the first five-star airline in the Western hemisphere.