Lufthansa: more food choices and more entertainment on board

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Lufthansa strengthens its on-board serviceoffering more food choices, entertainment and sustainability in the future.

From mid-August, passengers on the Business class on long-haul flights departing from Germany will be able to choose from a wider selection of main dishes from one month and up to 24 hours before departure. In total, six regional and seasonal menus different will be available for pre-selection.

As of August 1, Lufthansa will offer a wide range of hot drinks in its Onboard Delights service on european flights. A new durable reusable cup made of recyclable plastic will be used, replacing the old disposable cup with a plastic lid. In addition to premium instant coffee specialties such as latte macchiato, three tea variants and hot chocolate will also be available for purchase in the new cup in the future. The German airline group has set itself the goal of completely eliminating single-use plastic and single-use aluminum on board by 2025.

Another novelty on board Lufthansa long-haul flights is an offer of expanded entertainment for kids and teens. In future, the airline’s ‘e-journals’ media library will offer young passengers an expanded selection of age-appropriate reading materials in the Children’s Media Box. It includes a wide range of journals and magazines in different languages ​​that can be downloaded for free. Coloring pages are also available for younger passengers to help pass the waiting time at the gate and their stay on board. The new podcasts for children, now available free of charge on the FlyNet portal on short and medium-haul flights, also contribute to this.

The in-flight entertainment program for children has also been expanded for the summer months. More than 50 films and TV programs, as well as numerous audio programs, are offered to young passengers on long-haul flights. Especially during the holiday season, children’s TV programs and audio books can be accessed free of charge via QR codes at the Lufthansa gates and play areas in Terminal 2 in Munich and Terminal 1 in Frankfurt.

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