Lufthansa's international budget airline to fly to India

Europe will soon be a budget flight away from India. German mega airline Lufthansa?s newly-launched low cost international airline is going to begin flights to India. Lufthansa, which has for now ruled out investing in an Indian airline, is deploying the latest long haul aircraft ? Airbus A-350 on India routes. While this aircraft has been deployed on Munich-Delhi route, Mumbai is also going to get this equipment on Munich flights. This state-of-the-art aircraft (A-350-900) marks a generational change on long-haul routes with 25% less fuel consumption, 25% less carbon dioxide emissions and 50% less noise,?. Brussels Airlines, in which Lufthansa recently acquired a stake, will start flights between Brussels and Mumbai this March. Lufthansa will also name one of its Airbus A-380 aircraft ?Delhi? in March and increase the frequency of flights between Pune and Germany. India is an important strategic market for Lufthansa as a leading aviation group. Courtesy: The Economic Times


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