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Lufthansa launches Rail&Fly Tickets in Germany

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It is now easier than ever to book a rail ticket to the airport to catch a Lufthansa flight.

Low-priced train tickets can be booked with immediate effect directly via lufthansa.com. When booking a flight online, passengers simply need to click on the new Rail&Fly option, then select their route and their travel class. Previously rail tickets had to be booked separately.

A Rail&Fly ticket to the departure airport for an international Lufthansa flight can be added to the flight booking for only 25 euros in 2nd class and 45 euros in 1st class. The price for a round-trip ticket is 50 euros or 90 euros respectively.

The Rail&Fly ticket can be used on nearly all Deutsche Bahn trains, including the ICE. More than 5,600 DB railway stations throughout Germany qualify as departure stations.

Once the flight booking has been confirmed, passengers can simply print out their rail ticket at their own convenience. They will also receive a separate confirmation by email, containing all their travel information and the link to the train ticket. In addition to their plane ticket, passengers will be required to show their credit card, EC card or DB BahnCard as identification on the train.

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