German carrier Lufthansa has announced 160 flights between India and Germany for the month of September.
The airline will operate between its German hubs Frankfurt and Munich and the key Indian cities of Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru.
From Frankfurt and Munich, Indian travellers can enjoy connectivity throughout Lufthansa’s global network.
In September, ten weekly flights are scheduled for the following routes:
Click here to view Indian authorities’ regulation details that apply to Lufthansa flights to and from India.
George Ettiyil, Lufthansa’s senior sales director for south Asia said:
“We are very happy and feel honoured being able to offer our customers such a comprehensive flight schedule again. This clearly reflects the ongoing high demand for international air travel to and from India, one of the world’s most important aviation markets.
“We are honoured to be part of reconnecting India with the world by offering our customers the safest inflight experience and connectivity to all major destinations around the globe.”
The flights are being operated under the air bubble arrangement between the Indian and German government.
As per the latest directive by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), scheduled international commercial passenger services to and from India remain suspended until September 30, 2020.