Lufthansa to launch Glasgow-Dusseldorf route
Published: 07/12/2012 - Filed under: News »
Lufthansa is to launch a six times-weekly service between Glasgow and Dusseldorf from next April.
The route will be operated by subsidiary Eurowings, using CRJ 900 aircraft.
Business Traveller was alerted to the news by industry website airlineroute.net, and having checked the carrier’s website can confirm that flights are now available for reservation for departures from April 8.
The route will operate daily except Thursday (increasing to daily between June 27 and September 4), departing Glasgow at 1230 (1055 on Sunday), and returning from Dusseldorf at 1110 (0935 on Sunday).
There are currently no direct, non-stop flights between Glasgow and the capital of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
For more information visit lufthansa.com.
Report by Mark Caswell
MartinJ - 07/12/2012 11:12
North Rhine-Westphalia is not a region but a state.
BusinessTraveller - 07/12/2012 11:53
Thanks for clarifying this MartinJ - we have amended the copy accordingly.
GlasgowRoute - 11/12/2012 18:01
When will Glasgow airport announce it and will we see a route to FRA and to not to near future hopefully works to connect to MCO flight.I can not find it on there system for mid August.Is it all year round
But great news for my local airport. So happy they have got another route.
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