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Article from BTNews 23 NOVEMBER 2020

Lufthansa Group Economy

The Lufthansa family of airlines, which includes Lufthansa itself, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings and SWISS, has finally succumbed to deploying “buy on board” for short- and medium-haul services, following the example set by British Airways and others.

The new catering service will be introduced in phases from spring 2021, with Austrian Airlines starting up the programme, followed by SWISS and Lufthansa.  Lufthansa Group points out that with the offering travellers select a broader range of quality snacks and drinks than hitherto.  A similar concept has been in place with SWISS flights out of Geneva since summer 2018.

According to Lufthansa, the range of food and beverages will be available from the individual airlines in various forms, some of which will have regional references. The focus will be on fresh products and a selection of snacks.  Business Class will not be affected by the change.

www.lufthansagroup.com

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