Lufthansa offers you 200 destinations and 5,000 flights every week. The hubs in Frankfurt and Munich ensure you're ideally connected to the rest of the world.

Air Canada

Air Canada offers direct connections to 64 destinations in Canada, 54 destinations in the United States and 90 destinations worldwide. Hubs: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary.

Air China

Air China's route network comprises a total of 377 connections. The airline serves 173 destinations in 39 countries and 108 destinations within China.

Air Dolomiti

Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group, operates more than 700 flights a week between the 15 most important Italian airports and the hubs of Munich and Frankfurt.

All Nippon Airways

Japan's largest airline serves 88 cities worldwide, including Dusseldorf, Munich, Frankfurt, Paris and London. Hubs: Tokyo-Haneda, Tokyo-Narita.

Austrian Airlines

Austria's largest airline operates a global route network of around 130 destinations. Focus: Eastern and Central Europe. Hub: Vienna.

Brussels Airlines

The leading Belgian airline flies to more than 100 destinations in Europe, 24 destinations in Africa and 3 destinations in North America.


Eurowings serves over 130 destinations in Europe and the whole world. Outside Germany, too, the airline flies non-stop to favourite destinations within Europe.

Singapore Airlines

The world's most award-winning airline connects many European cities with Singapore. The route network offers over 60 destinations in 32 countries.

Swiss International Air Lines

Departing from Zurich and Geneva, SWISS serves over 100 destinations in 46 countries across the globe. With 95 aircraft the airline carries more than 16 million passengers every year.

United Airlines

United offers the world's most extensive route network to over 362 destinations. Hubs: Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco and Washington D.C.

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