Lufthansa unveils special Europe, NA offer
Dubai, October 6, 2010
Lufthansa German Airlines has launched special fares from the UAE, Kuwait, Oman and Doha to its destinations in Europe and North America as part of the airline's new festive offer.
Under the new offer, a round-trip flight from UAE (Dubai and Abu Dhabi) to Europe starts from Dh1955 ($532.2) and to N.America from Dh3865, from Kuwait to Europe starting from KD134 ($472.6) and to N.America from KD333, from Muscat to Europe starting from RO184 ($478.4) and to N.America from RO418 and from Doha to Europe starting from QR1970 ($541) and to N.America from QR3810.
Peter Pollak, general manager UAE & director of Gulf, Lufthansa German Airlines said, 'We have introduced some of the lowest and very attractive fares in the UAE and other Gulf markets as they are of key strategic importance to Lufthansa.'
'We are confident that our special fares offer will benefit our UAE and Gulf markets customers to fly to their favourite destinations in Europe and North America combined with our large network provides all our customers an excellent service, fast connections and reliability,' he added.
To avail the offer, customers must book their tickets before October 28 and must commence travel latest by March 30, 2011, said the Lufthansa statement.
The airline is also offering a very long travel period. This gives customers the opportunity to buy now at unbelievable low fares and travel in the coming months, either for leisure, business, Eid, Christmas, New Year (and beyond).
However, the North America offer has a travel black out period from December 1, 2010 to January 11, 2011 which makes it impossible for customers to travel during those days, the statement added.-TradeArabia News Service
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