Lufthansa Ends 3 Russian Routes from Sep 2015

Lufthansa during the month of September 2015 continues to scale back operations to Russia, as it discontinues 3 destinations from Frankfurt. Affected routes as follow.

Frankfurt – Moscow Vnukovo Last flight operates on 30AUG15. Currently served 7 times a week
LH1470 FRA1320 – 1725VKO 32S D
LH1471 VKO1830 – 2050FRA 32S D

LH launched Moscow Vnukovo service on 25MAR12. It’ll continue to serve Moscow Domodedovo airport

Frankfurt – Nizhniy Novgorod Last flight departs FRA 06SEP15, GOJ 07SEP15. Currently served 4 times a week
LH1464 FRA2100 – 0130+1GOJ 319 x246
LH1465 GOJ0330 – 0610FRA 319 x357

Frankfurt – Samara Last flight departs FRA 06SEP15, KUF 07SEP15. Currently served 4 times a week
LH1466 FRA2100 – 0300+1KUF 319 x135
LH1467 KUF0420 – 0635FRA 319 x246

Lufthansa first launched service to Nizhniy Novgorod and Samara, as 2 weekly Frankfurt – Nizhniy Novgorod – Samara from 31MAR96, with Boeing 737 (A320 from 01OCT96)


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