'Lufthansa Private Jet' now also available at Frankfurt

Travel News Asia 1 June 2005

Just two months after the launch of the "Lufthansa Private Jet" service, Lufthansa is expanding its new high-end offering. From today, First Class and Business Class passengers flying Lufthansa from Frankfurt to any destination worldwide can now travel to Frankfurt by "Lufthansa Private Jet". Likewise, passengers arriving at Frankfurt aboard long-haul Lufthansa flights can connect to more than 1,000 airports throughout Europe. Previously the "Lufthansa Private Jet" transfer service was only available from Munich.

Private Jet flights depart from and arrive at Egelsbach Airport close to Frankfurt Airport. Passengers landing at Egelsbach aboard a "Lufthansa Private Jet" are collected and chauffer-driven to Lufthansas exclusive First Class Terminal at Frankfurt, which was opened in December 2004. The transfer takes between 15 and 30 minutes. The terminal, which has an area of 1,800 square metres, provides a wide range of facilities for passengers waiting for a connecting flight. Office space with total privacy is available for passengers who wish to work. 

In the lounge area, guests can relax, listen to music, watch films on demand or surf the Internet. At the First Class Terminal restaurant guests can watch chefs prepare varied menus of fresh, seasonal dishes in front of their very eyes. Modern, generously apportioned bathrooms with a shower and bath enable guests to freshen up before a long journey. Passengers are then chauffer-driven from the First Class Terminal across the tarmac to their waiting long-haul Lufthansa flight. Seamless baggage transfer from the "Lufthansa Private Jet" to the aircraft is also guaranteed.

Passengers arriving at Frankfurt aboard Lufthansa long-haul flights are collected from the aircraft by a personal assistant and limousine-chauffeured to Egelsbach Airport, where they transfer to a "Lufthansa Private Jet". If they prefer, they can first have a rest and freshen up at one of the Lufthansa First Class lounges at Terminal 1 at Frankfurt.

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