Lufthansa launches direct flights between Germany and Kruger National Park

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Dr. Andre Schulz, General Manager for Southern Africa at Lufthansa German Airlines.

German tourists will be able to fly (almost) direct to Kruger National Park from November.

Lufthansa’s new airline, Eurowings Discover, will fly from Frankfurt to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport – with a short stopover in Windhoek – three times a week.

German passport. © yuragolub/123rf.com

Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Dr. Andre Schulz, Managing Director for Southern Africa at Lufthansa German Airlines (scroll to listen).

Eurowings Discover is the first intercontinental airline to fly direct to Kruger…

Dr. Andre Schulz, Managing Director Southern Africa – Lufthansa

We will continue to do so [fly to Johannesburg and Cape Town] … This is just an addition… Eurowings Discover… focuses on leisure passengers…

Dr. Andre Schulz, Managing Director Southern Africa – Lufthansa

Kruger National Park becomes our seventh destination in Africa…

Dr. Andre Schulz, Managing Director Southern Africa – Lufthansa

We see in our booking figures that people want to travel… We are confident that these new flights will be a commercial success… In 2022 we are almost at 2019 capacity… to Cape Town… There is room for more growth…

Dr. Andre Schulz, Managing Director Southern Africa – Lufthansa


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