Lufthansa flies between Munich and Rio de Janeiro


[ad_1]

Lufthansa resumed flights between Frankfurt and Rio de Janeiro on December 12 after a two-year suspension due to COVID-19 and its restrictions. These operations are carried out on Boeing 747-400 (ER) with a capacity of 371 passengers.

Initially, as we announced, services to Rio (GIG) were scheduled with Airbus A340-300s, configured with almost 100 fewer seats. Lufthansa is the only carrier to offer non-stop flights on the route.

Image: Anna Zvereva – Wikimedia Commons

In order to strengthen its Munich hub, the airline will change its operations to Rio de Janeiro. For the first time, flights to Galeão will be operated from and to Munich.

Lufthansa will launch its services on March 27, 2022. The carrier will operate five weekly flights on Airbus A350-900XWBs, with 293 seats available.

Timetable between Munich and Rio de Janeiro – Lufthansa

– Advertising –

Flight schedule

To see all the tables, place the mobile phone in a horizontal position

Flight From AND D AT ETA
LH 500 Munich (MUC) 12:15 p.m. Rio de Janeiro (GIG) 7:05 p.m.
LH 501 Rio de Janeiro (GIG) 8:50 p.m. Munich (MUC) 1:10 p.m. +1

Frequencies

To see all the tables, place the mobile phone in a horizontal position

Flight Mon Tue Wed Game Fri sat Sun
LH 500 × × × × ×
LH 501 × × × × ×

The company has been operating flights between Frankfurt and Rio de Janeiro since October 2011 (excluding cancellations due to the Coronavirus pandemic). After approximately 11 years, the two cities will cease to be continuously connected at the end of March 2022.

Lufthansa in Latin America

Frankfurt

  • Bogota (BOG): Airbus A340-300
  • Buenos Aires (EZE): Boeing 747-8i
  • Mexico City (MEX): Boeing 747-8i
  • Rio de Janeiro (GIG): Boeing 747-400 (ER)
  • San José (SJO): Airbus A340-300
  • São Paulo (GRU): Boeing 747-8i

Munich

  • Mexico City (MEX): Airbus A350-900

See also: Aerolíneas Argentinas postpones the takeover of Porto Alegre.

[ad_2]

Comments are closed.