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Article from BTNews 2 NOVEMBER 2009

Lufthansa winter flights

LUFTHANSA’S winter programme has been introduced offering 191 destinations in 78 countries including a spectacular 40% increase in capacity on routes to Nigeria.  Although the carrier has reduced the number of flights for the winter, in view of weaker demand, it has already confirmed the re-introduction of a seasonal service between Inverness, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, and Düsseldorf next summer and a new service from Munich to Tashkent from 28 March 2010.  The three times a week service to the Uzbek capital will be operated by the Swiss carrier, PrivatAir using a Boeing 737-800, seating 24 passengers in Business Class and 84 in Economy Class providing the first direct connection from Lufthansa's Munich hub to Central Asia.  The airline has also announced an operating profit of E226 for the first nine months of 2009. www.lufthansa.com

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