Lufthansa remains upbeat about premier travel


Lufthansa, which has been operating a business class-only service on its Dubai route since May, says that it sees strong prospects for the premier travel business despite the collapse of three executive class carriers since December. A senior official quoted in the UAE-based newspaper Gulf News stressed Lufthansa’s benefits from its network and product range, unlike the limited services provided by the failed business-class only companies. “We do not believe that you can provide just business or first-class services. We have a full range of services that are integrated,” said Thierry Antinori, Lufthansa's executive VP for sales and marketing. From July 15, the airline will increase the frequency of its Dubai-Munich business-class service from six times a week to daily.


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