Common questions

Do you check in for your next Lufthansa Flight?

Do you check in for your next Lufthansa Flight?

Check in conveniently for your next flight from home or the office. As a Lufthansa customer, enjoy exclusive benefits with our partners. Make your journey even more comfortable with our additional services. Our hotel partner offers you a range of accommodation worldwide at the best price.

How to contact Lufthansa as a business partner?

Should you wish to contact Lufthansa as a customer or business partner, please phone our hotline in Germany on +49 69 86 799 799.

Which is the best business class on Lufthansa?

Relaxation right from the start: enjoy the amenities and services of Lufthansa Business Class on your short or medium-haul flight. Experience the exclusive comfort and privacy of Lufthansa Business Class on long-haul flights and reach your destination feeling relaxed.

What kind of fleet does Lufthansa have?

The Lufthansa fleet comprises aircraft of almost every size. Throughout, state-of-the-art technology is used. The entire fleet complies with the most stringent noise criteria worldwide. Here an overview of the fleet based on cost-efficient criteria.

Can you take sunscreen with you on a plane?

TSA Now Allows Full-Size Sunscreen To Travel In Carry-On Bags 1 You must inform the TSA. While full-size bottles of sunscreen will now be allowed in carry-on baggage, it is still up to you to inform the security officer checking your 2 May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. 3 Use a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.

What are the benefits of flying with Lufthansa?

Also, MileagePlus members receive the following benefits on Lufthansa-operated flights: 2 and your MileagePlus status. Please reference the “Ticket number starts with 016” section below. Otherwise, you should reference the “Ticket number does not start with 016” section.

How big of sunscreen can you take to the TSA?

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) now allows passengers to bring full-size sunscreen bottles in carry-on bags. On Wednesday, April 7, the TSA changed its policy on carry-on sunscreen following a challenge by Brown University about only allowing a maximum 3.4-ounce (100.5ml) bottle.