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As of May 2016, Lufthansa flights operate to 18 domestic and 193 international destinations across the globe. Its hub airports are Frankfurt and Munich and it also operates on a system of focus cities that include Casablanca, Dubrovnik, Cape Town, Ibiza and London. Destinations cover all major countries of the world and every continent.
The airline has continued to operate with its livery of white aircraft bodies, blue lettering and blue and gold tails that carry its stylised and distinctive crane logo, making it one of the most instantly recognised carriers in the world. A few planes also carry the Star Alliance livery or retro designs. When you're planning a trip to Germany whether it's for a short break, a longer holiday or for business, search online for competitive prices on flights to Germany with Lufthansa. The airline's slogan is Nonstop You which sums up the variety of its routes. It offers customers:
Lufthansa flights operate with a fleet of 275 aircraft, excluding its subsidiaries. A further 176 planes are in production, indicating a profitable future. Long-haul planes include the Airbus A380 and Boeing 747 types. Airbus A320 and Boeing 737s fly to medium-haul destinations while Embraer ERJ and Bombardier CRJ900 craft are used for short-haul routes.
The price of flights with Lufthansa varies by destination and travel period. The lowest price recorded in the last 15 days in Australia for a flight with Lufthansa is $809.
The most popular airlines in Australia are Virgin Australia, AirAsia, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Emirates.
The cheapest destination recorded in the last 15 days departing from Australia with Lufthansa is Paris Charles de Gaulle.
Flying with Lufthansa, the cheapest place to depart from in the last 15 days in Australia is Melbourne.
The German flag-carrier Lufthansa has a long history dating back to 1926. The original company was dissolved by the Allies after the Second World War and relaunched in 1953 using the original crane logo and blue and gold colours of the pre-war airline. After two years of planning the first scheduled flights took off on 1st April 1955. Two Convair craft flew from Hamburg to Munich and once again Lufthansa was in the air. International routes were soon added, its fleet was continually expanded and the company began its growth to the successful position it enjoys today. It is now a profitable airline with 540 subsidiaries, such as Germanwings and Austrian Airlines, operating worldwide.
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