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Posted On: 22 December 2014 05:44 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 01:52 pm

Lufthansa rolls out the new First Class and Business Class in services between Doha and Frankfurt

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Passengers flying out of Doha can now experience further comfort and convenience on board Lufthansa German Airlines with the new First Class and Business Class on daily services between the Qatari capital and Frankfurt operated by the retrofitted Airbus 330-300.

“We are delighted to offer two of Lufthansa’s leading products, the award-winning Lufthansa First Class and the new Business Class, to our most discerning customers in Qatar, who always seek the best travel experience,“ said Karsten Zang, General Manager, UAE and Director Gulf and Pakistan at Lufthansa German Airlines.

Lufthansa’s new First Class is continuously enjoying strong recognition worldwide. Not only has there been excellent feedback from top customers since its introduction in 2010, it has also won numerous accolades. Lufthansa’s First Class and its range of services were awarded 5-Stars by Skytrax in their star ranking, while the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences (AAHS) presented its International 5 Star Diamond Award to Europe’s leading airline. These awards promise passengers an outstanding travel experience, since five stars are synonymous with top quality, first-class comfort and personal service. And this will soon be the case not only in First Class, but throughout the Lufthansa product range.

Upon entering the cabin, the first impression is one of spaciousness, inviting passengers to relax and unwind. Superb-quality materials plus a clear, uniform design language echo the elegant features of the First Class Lounges and the FirstClass Terminal in Frankfurt. Lufthansa’s First Class cabin offers ergonomically contoured seats, which convert into a fully flat, two-metre long bed - the largest, most comfortable bed of its class.

The generously proportioned, open design and exclusive ambience with simple, distinct lines and subtle colours creates a light, appealing and inviting atmosphere. A concept with separate cabins was deliberately rejected because at numerous customer events, and during in-flight tests and surveys, Lufthansa passengers expressed a clear preference for an open-plan design. However, thanks to a flexible privacy screen, First Class guests can determine the degree of individual privacy they desire.

“We stand by our longstanding commitment to be a dedicated host with a keen understanding of service and hospitality to our loyal passengers. With our new on board products, flying with Lufthansa has never been more comfortable and convenient,” added Zang.

The new Lufthansa Business Class seat boasts a horizontal sleeping surface measuring 1.98 meters in length. At the press of a button, it converts into a comfortable bed. The seat impresses with the exceptional comfort it offers as a flat bed or as an upright or reclining seat, with its intuitive adjustments, additional storage space and state-of-the-art inflight entertainment system. Each of the 48 seats in the Business Class cabin is equipped with an integrated air-cushion system with which the seats can recline to 180 degrees, offering a bed 1.98 meters long for the utmost in comfort and relaxation. Business Class travellers are provided with an individual entertainment program with new and enlarged 15-inch monitors.