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Baggage

Free baggage rules at Lufthansa
Baggage allowances and special regulations

Your permitted free baggage allowance is based upon the travel class and fare you have booked as well as your passenger status and is shown on your passenger receipt.
Please remember to affix your name and (mobile) phone number to each piece of baggage before checking it in at the airport.

Fares on intercontinental flights

Class Baggage
Economy Class 1 bag up to 23kg
Premium Economy Class 2 bags each up to 23kg
Business Class 2 bags each uo to 32 kg
First Class 3 bags each up to 32 kg

Exception: Economy light fare from Scandinavia to the US
This fare does not include free checked-in baggage, but one carry on baggage (up to 8kg / 18lbs) is included. Additional baggage can be added against a fee.
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Fares on European flights

For flights within Europe the free baggage rules are determined by the Europe fare options:

Class Baggage
Economy Light 1 Piece of carry-on baggage up to 8 kg
Economy Classic 1 piece of carry-on baggage up to 8 kg. 1 bag up to 23 kg
Economy Flex 1 piece of carry-on baggage up to 8 kg. 1 bag up to 23 kg
Business Class 2 piece of carry-on baggage up to 8 kg. 2 bag up to 23 kg

Free baggage regulations for infants and children

Babys (0-2 years) regardless of their booked travel class (except Economy Light**) and Miles & More status, have a free baggage allowance of one piece up to 23 kg.

Class Baggage
1 x 23 kg No carry-on baggage
AND BUT
1 car seat 1 car seat
OR OR
1 foldable pushchair
OR OR
1 baby basket 1 baby basket
2 Items 1 Item

Infant Baggage Regulations for Economy Light Fare

Checked Baggage Carry-on Baggage
No free Baggage No carry-on Baggage
BUT
1 car seat
OR
1 foldable pushchair
OR
1 baby basket
0 Items 1 Item

Children aged two or over have the same free baggage allowance as adults.
Approved car seats, baby baskets or foldable pushchairs (these will be transported in the hold) may also be carried as carry-on baggage. Further information on this is available on the Carry-on Baggage page.
Further information about taking car seats and baby baskets on board with you is provided on our Safety for infants on board page.

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Check-In

From as early as 23 hours before your departure you can check in.
You have a choice of using our online check-in, mobile check-in or check-in machines which are available at many airports.

During the opening hours you can visit airport check-in. At many airports you can also check in on the evening before your flight.

You can find detailed information about your preferred check-in option here.

Contact

Customer Relations

For enquiries about past flights or to provide feedback, you can contact us in one of the following ways:

  • Simply and conveniently by using the feedback form
  • By mail: Worldwide Address

Europe

Centralized address for feedback in the European language of your choice:
Lufthansa German Airlines Customer Feedback P.O. Box 710234 60492 Frankfurt Germany


USA

Lufthansa German Airlines
Customer Feedback P.O Box 425 East Meadow N.Y. 11554 USA


Asia (except for China) and Australia

Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia and others
Lufthansa German Airlines Customer Feedback P.O. Box No. 2882, Makati Central Post Office, 1268 Makati City Philippines


China

Lufthansa German Airlines Customer Feedback 8th Floor, Room 801-803 Henderson Metropolitan No. 300 Nanjing East Road Shanghai 200001 China


Other countries

In all other countries please contact your nearest Lufthansa office.

  • By phone: Worldwide hotlines
Country Telephone Working Hours
Germany +49 (0) 69 867 99400 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
Switzerland +41 (0) 22 761 4522 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
Spain +34 (0) 910 900 700 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
France +33 (0) 387 130 113 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
Luxembourg +352 (0) 34 2080 8063 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
The Netherlands +31 (0) 70 770 9396 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
United Kingdom +44 (0) 151 237 3300 Mon-Fri 07am-09pm
Sweden +46 (0) 850 252 104 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
Norway +47 (0) 230 249 69 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
Greece +30 (0) 21 11986230 Mon-Fri 09am-11pm
Singapore +65 (0) 66 228 401 Mon-Fri 03pm-05am
India (toll free within India) 000800 4407 031 Mon-Fri 12:30pm-02:30am
South Korea +82 23 48 31049 Tue-Thu 02pm-05pm
New Zealand +64 (0) 996 610 61 Mon-Fri 08pm-10pm
USA +1 954 635 4549 Mon-Fri 02am-04pm (East)
Austria +43 (0) 120 609 2773 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
Italy +39 0 2999 539 20 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
Belgium +32 (0) 2700 6452 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
Denmark +45 (0) 433 14 889 Mon-Fri 08am-10pm
Finland +358 (0) 972 522 134 Mon-Fri 09am-11pm
Israel +972 (0) 3 927 2021 Mon-Fri 09am-11pm
Japan +81 36 36 28 114 Tue-Thu 02pm-05pm
Australia +61 (0) 280 989 008 Mon-Fri 06pm-08am (East)
Canada +1 514 673 7286 Mon-Fri 02am-04pm (East)

Fare Rules

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Flight Schedule

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History

Date History
1926 Lufthansa was established in Berlin as a national carrier
1945 The services were suspended in 1945 following the defeat of Nazi Germany and the company was dissolved in 1951.
1 April 1955 Start scheduled domestic flights,linking Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Cologne, and Munich
15 May 1955 Start scheduled International flights to London, Paris, and Madrid
1958 Lufthansa ordered four Boeing 707s
March 1960 Started jet flights from Frankfurt to New York City
Feb 1961 Far East routes were extended beyond Bangkok, Thailand, to Hong Kong and Tokyo.
1964 Lufthansa introduced the Boeing 727
May 1964 Began the Polar route from Frankfurt to Tokyo via Anchorage
Oct 28 1990 25 days after reunification, Berlin became a Lufthansa destination again
May 18 1997 Lufthansa, Air Canada, Scandinavian Airlines, Thai Airways International, and United Airlines formed Star Alliance, the world's first multilateral airline alliance.
Dec 6 2001 Lufthansa announced an order for 15 Airbus A380 superjumbos with 10 more options, which was confirmed on December 20. The A380 fleet will be used for long-haul flights from Frankfurt exclusively.
June 2003 Lufthansa opened Terminal 2 at Munich's Franz Josef Strauß Airport to relieve its main hub
May 17 2004 Lufthansa became the launch customer for the Connexion by Boeing in-flight online connectivity service.
March 22 2005 Swiss International Air Lines was purchased by Lufthansa's holding company
Sept 1 2009 Lufthansa purchased Austrian Airlines with the approval of the European Commission
June 11 2010 Airbus A380 started service between Frankfurt and Tokyo
June 2015 Lufthansa announced plans to close its small long-haul base at Düsseldorf Airport for economic reasons by October 2015
22 March 2016 Lufthansa ended Boeing 737-500 operations.
29 Oct 2016 The airline's last Boeing 737 (a 737-300), after a flight from Milan to Frankfurt.
2016 Ranked ‘Best Airline Transatlantic’ and ‘Best Airline in Western Europe’ in SKYTRAX’s 2017 World Airline Awards.
2017 Ranked ‘Best Airline in Europe’, ‘Best Airline in Western Europe’ and ‘Best First Class Lounge Dining’ in SKYTRAX’s 2017 World Airline Awards.
Sept 2017 Achieved a Platinum Award in the IATA Fast Travel Awards 2017 Lufthansa was established in Berlin as a national carrier
1945 The services were suspended in 1945 following the defeat of Nazi Germany and the company was dissolved in 1951.
1 April 1955 Start scheduled domestic flights,linking Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Cologne, and Munich
15 May 1955 Start scheduled International flights to London, Paris, and Madrid
1958 Lufthansa ordered four Boeing 707s
March 1960 Started jet flights from Frankfurt to New York City
Feb 1961 Far East routes were extended beyond Bangkok, Thailand, to Hong Kong and Tokyo.
1964 Lufthansa introduced the Boeing 727
May 1964 Began the Polar route from Frankfurt to Tokyo via Anchorage
Oct 28 1990 25 days after reunification, Berlin became a Lufthansa destination again
May 18 1997 Lufthansa, Air Canada, Scandinavian Airlines, Thai Airways International, and United Airlines formed Star Alliance, the world's first multilateral airline alliance.
Dec 6 2001 Lufthansa announced an order for 15 Airbus A380 superjumbos with 10 more options, which was confirmed on December 20. The A380 fleet will be used for long-haul flights from Frankfurt exclusively.
June 2003 Lufthansa opened Terminal 2 at Munich's Franz Josef Strauß Airport to relieve its main hub
May 17 2004 Lufthansa became the launch customer for the Connexion by Boeing in-flight online connectivity service.
March 22 2005 Swiss International Air Lines was purchased by Lufthansa's holding company
Sept 1 2009 Lufthansa purchased Austrian Airlines with the approval of the European Commission
June 11 2010 Airbus A380 started service between Frankfurt and Tokyo
June 2015 Lufthansa announced plans to close its small long-haul base at Düsseldorf Airport for economic reasons by October 2015
22 March 2016 Lufthansa ended Boeing 737-500 operations.
29 Oct 2016 The airline's last Boeing 737 (a 737-300), after a flight from Milan to Frankfurt.
2016 Ranked ‘Best Airline Transatlantic’ and ‘Best Airline in Western Europe’ in SKYTRAX’s 2017 World Airline Awards.
2017 Ranked ‘Best Airline in Europe’, ‘Best Airline in Western Europe’ and ‘Best First Class Lounge Dining’ in SKYTRAX’s 2017 World Airline Awards.
Sept 2017 Achieved a Platinum Award in the IATA Fast Travel Awards 2017

Inflight Comforts

  • Free meals and snacks on board
  • Entertainment on board – current blockbusters, classics of film history, music and games ensure an interesting and entertaining flight.
  • Seat maps - Seat maps short- and medium-haul
  • FlyNet® - Internet on board. Enjoy FlyNet®, the broadband Internet access on board all Lufthansa long-haul aircraft.
  • eJournals - With eJournals, all Lufthansa passengers have a wide choice of numerous newspapers and magazines available to download.
  • Lufthansa Magazine - Learn more about the contents of the latest issue of our in-flight magazine.
  • Preflight, inflight and airport shopping - Enjoy relaxed shopping: choose your favourite products from Lufthansa’s wide-ranging in-flight shopping world of products in advance online, and we will deliver your order direct to your flight.
  • Doctor on board - If medical assistance is required during a flight, we are helped by doctors who have joined our ‘Doctor on board’ programme.
  • Well-being on board Tips for your well-being during the flight: relaxation, sleep, special meals.

Company Profile

The Lufthansa Group is a global aviation group with a total of more than 550 subsidiaries and equity investments. In the financial year 2016, they were structured into the Passenger Airline Group, Logistics, MRO, Catering and Other segments. All segments occupy a leading position in their respective markets. In 2016, the Lufthansa Group generated revenue of EUR 31.7bn. At year-end 2016, the Lufthansa Group had a total of 124,306 employees worldwide.

The goal of the Lufthansa Group is to be the first choice in aviation for customers, employees, shareholders and partners. Going forward, the Lufthansa Group therefore intends to continue playing a significant role in shaping the global aviation market. The basis for this is the Group’s planned structure with three pillars: premium hub airlines, Eurowings group and aviation services. In a highly dynamic market environment, the Lufthansa Group will continue to use these synergetic pillars to successfully position itself as a leading aviation company. The aim is to safeguard this position for the future and to expand it profitably.To fulfill this objective, the “7to1 – Our Way Forward” strategic agenda was initiated in 2014. The programme comprises seven fields of action, which are applied both in the individual business segments and across the Group.

The “Value-based steering”, “Constantly improving efficiency” and “Culture and leadership” fields of action form the overarching framework for developing the Group. “Customer centricity and quality focus”, “New concepts for growth” and “Innovation and digitalisation” relate primarily to segment-specific projects. The “Effective and lean organisation” field of action is intended to ensure an optimal structure and appropriate governance for the entire Lufthansa Group. In addition, the segments have, in some cases, adopted individual efficiency and cost-cutting programmes, which they are implementing alongside the activities that form part of “7to1 – Our Way Forward”.

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Terminal

Domestic International
Airport Departure Arrival Departure Arrival
Singapore Changi Intl Airport (SIN) - - Singapore Changi Intl Airport (SIN) Terminal 2 Singapore Changi Intl Airport (SIN) Terminal 2
Hong Kong Intl Airport (HKG) - - Hong Kong Intl Airport (HKG) Terminal 1 Hong Kong Intl Airport (HKG) Terminal 1
Shanghai Pudong Intl Airport (PVG) - - Shanghai Pudong Intl Airport (PVG) Terminal 2 Shanghai Pudong Intl Airport (PVG) Terminal 2
Tokyo Narita Intl Airport (NRT) - - Tokyo Narita Intl Airport (NRT) Terminal 1 South wing (Intl) Tokyo Narita Intl Airport (NRT) Terminal 1 South wing (Intl)
Dubai Intl Airport (DXB) - - Dubai Intl Airport (DXB) Terminal 1 Dubai Intl Airport (DXB) Terminal 1
Amsterdam Schiphol Intl Airport (AMS) - - Amsterdam Schiphol Intl Airport (AMS) Terminal 1 Amsterdam Schiphol Intl Airport (AMS) Terminal 1
Los Angeles Intl Airport (LAX) - - Los Angeles Intl Airport (LAX) Terminal TBIT Los Angeles Intl Airport (LAX) Terminal TBIT
Kuala Lumpur Intl Airport (KUL) - - Kuala Lumpur Intl Airport (KUL) Terminal M Kuala Lumpur Intl Airport (KUL) Terminal M
Frankfurt Intl Airport (FRA) Frankfurt Intl Airport (FRA) Terminal 1 Frankfurt Intl Airport (FRA) Terminal 1 Frankfurt Intl Airport (FRA) Terminal 1 Frankfurt Intl Airport (FRA) Terminal 1
Copenhangen Airport (CPH) - - Copenhangen Airport (CPH) Terminal 3 Copenhangen Airport (CPH) Terminal 3

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