Lufthansa has launched a flexible working initiative aimed at customers looking for a workspace during their travels.

Developed by the Lufthansa Innovation Hub, ‘Lufthansa Global Spaces’ allows travellers to book hot desks, private offices or meeting rooms in the cities of Berlin, Munich, Barcelona, Singapore and New York.

The bookings and reservations site ( has been created in cooperation with reservation platform Hubli, which has a worldwide network of 185,000 spaces. Customers can view, compare and filter various workspaces based on location, find information on opening hours, equipment, lead time and ratings, and also book accommodation in the five cities. It is also possible to add extras, and to check-in and check-out via the website.

The service can initially be booked for a three-month trial period and will be rolled out globally if successful.

Members of the loyalty programme Miles and More will receive an additional 500 award miles when they log in to their account and use the service for the first time if booking by July 31, 2022. Additionally, members will earn a mile for each euro spent on the booking.

Christine Wang, managing director of the Lufthansa Innovation Hub, commented:

“We’re always looking for new opportunities in the travel sector and want to create long-term value in a market that is undergoing major changes and naturally also impacts the Lufthansa Group’s core business. Traditional business travel has declined significantly since the COVID pandemic began. At the same time, we’ve seen more and more how the categories of ‘work’ and ‘vacation’ are becoming blurred.

“Travelers today are often away for longer periods of time and sometimes work remotely. We believe that this trend will only continue. The ‘Lufthansa Global Spaces’ offer is the logical outcome of this observation: We want to provide travelers with the most seamless, enjoyable travel experience possible, even beyond flying. Today, this also means making it possible for customers to work from anywhere. The future of work is flexible and, in many cases, not tied to a specific location – and we want to help shape this future.”