The FINANCIAL — From summer 2016 onwards, Lufthansa passengers can make the most of an expanded program of flights to North America, with Lufthansa introducing new non-stop flights from Munich to Denver on 11th May 2016. The connection has been allocated flight number LH 480 and will take off from Munich at 11:45am five times a week, and the return flight from Denver will arrive in the Bavarian capital at 10:05am.These flights will be operated alongside Lufthansa’s existing program of daily flights from Frankfurt.
The Airbus A330-300 offers guests a selection of seats in four different classes with state-of-the-art cabin features, including 21 Premium Economy seats. In Denver, Lufthansa passengers can use the hub of Star Alliance partner, United Airlines, to access flight connections to approximately 85 destinations in North America, including popular locations such as Phoenix, Las Vegas and Seattle. “With Denver, we are offering our customers an extremely attractive travel destination. Denver is a paradise for sports fans and nature lovers. The city was also awarded the title of best metropolis for ’Business and Careers’”, declared Thomas Klühr, the Member of the Executive Board of Lufthansa Passage responsible for finances and the Munich hub.
Denver’s metropolitan region, which is home to around 2.5 million residents, lies precisely one mile above sea level and is one of the most popular regions in the USA. A number of mining companies and major telecommunications groups are based in Denver, where other important industries include the energy supply and logistics industries, according to Lufthansa.
Denver is well-known among private travelers as the eastern gateway to the Rocky Mountains. The popular skiing resorts of Vail, Breckenridge and Aspen are only a short drive away from the city. The four national parks in the state of Colorado, including Mesa Verde National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are also easy to reach from Denver.