Lufthansa offers special Ramadan fares
Dubai, September 8, 2008
Lufthansa German Airlines is offering customers a chance to fly from Abu Dhabi/Dubai to 31 selected European destinations until mid-October as part of its Ramadan promotion with starting prices from Dh1500 ($408).
"The Lufthansa customers can enjoy a mini break, a well deserved holiday or travel on business to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Nice, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Stockholm, Venice, Warsaw and more at reduced special Ramadan fares," said Peter Pollak, general manager passenger sales UAE & director Gulf & Pakistan, Lufthansa German Airlines said.
“Driven by our commitment to the UAE, as an added incentive, Lufthansa would like to offer its customers special fares during the holy month of Ramadan," he noted.
“Lufthansa offers a strong signal of commitment to its customers. Our Ramadan online special promotion seals our presence in the region for the long-haul number one choice for flight connections to 31 selected destinations in Europe through their hubs in Frankfurt,” he added.
The customers can avail this offer if they purchase their tickets by September 30. The departure period is from September 6 to October 10 and the return period is from September 12 until December 14.
"Advance purchase period of the ticket is 5 days. Passengers booking their flights to a destination in Europe will need to have a minimum stay of 5 days and a maximum stay of 60 days."
"Additionally, infants receive a discount of 90 per cent while children between 2 and 12 years of age receive a discount of 25 per cent," Pollak added.-TradeArabia News Service
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