Friday, August 10, 2012

Lufthansa’s ‘Queen of the Skies’ Debuts at Delhi International Airport

India bound Lufthansa fans have all the reason to smile now as the airline’s latest aircraft B747-8 Intercontinental or the "Queen of the Skies" took its debut flight from Frankfurt and landed at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport on the 7th August 2012.

German carrier’s latest global fleet member - the Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental (B747-8) received a grand welcome at Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport.

Lufthansa’s newest flight to India made Delhi the first Asian city to have received latest Boeing 747-8 flights featuring sophisticated business class facility that features comfortable reclining seats that can be converted into a 6.5 feet long, horizontal sleeping surface.

Besides the superlative business class facilities, 362-seater, B747-8 Intercontinental flights will feature 8 first class, 92 business class seats and 262 economy class seats. While sybarites will be able to enjoy airline’s signature business class facilities and services aboard flights, higher availability of economy class seats will ensure that budget travellers looking for cheap flights to India from Frankfurt are a happy lot.

Lufthansa’s newest aircrafts, B747-8 will replace the B747-400 aircrafts on daily direct flights connecting Delhi and Frankfurt. Besides its debut B747-8 flight to India, the airline is also planning to introduce B747-8 on Bangalore-Frankfurt flights within next two months.

In addition, the airline is also planning to introduce its all new sophisticated business class product on A330-300 aircrafts that are deployed to serve flights to India connecting Mumbai and Munich.

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