Lufthansa Closes First Class Reservation on Selected Munich Long-Haul Routes from 16H2

Edit as of 03MAY16: Please refer to latest post for additional update.

Lufthansa recently has adjusted its inventory for long-haul service out of Munich, as the airline gradually closed reservation in First Class cabin on selected routes, mainly operated by A330-300 aircraft. The Munich-based A330 fleet by Summer 2017 season will be transitioning to 3-class cabin without First Class, based on current FLIFO and inventory listing.

Following routes sees First Class reservation being closed, with certain exceptions, including those operated by A340-600:
eff 21SEP16 Munich – Delhi Selected dates between 21SEP16 and 20OCT16 is still available to book in First Class
eff 01DEC16 Munich – Charlotte
eff 01DEC16 Munich – Montreal
eff 01DEC16 Munich – Mumbai
eff 01DEC16 Munich – Tehran Imam Khomeini
eff 03JAN17 Munich – Boston
eff 03JAN17 Munich – Chicago O’Hare First Class reservation closed until 31MAR17 inclusive
eff 02FEB17 Munich – New York JFK First Class reservation closed until 31MAR17 inclusive
eff 02FEB17 Munich – Washington Dulles
eff 04FEB17 Munich – Miami First Class reservation closed on Day 36

Codeshare partners UNITED and SWISS also closed First Class cabin reservation on selected routes listed above.

For flights on/after 26MAR17, following routes displaying 3-class A330-300 (C42E28M185) instead of 4-class (F8C42E21M145):
Munich – Charlotte
Munich – Delhi
Munich – Denver
Munich – Miami
Munich – Montreal
Munich – Mumbai
Munich – Riyadh
Munich – Tehran Imam Khomeini
Munich – Toronto
Munich – Vancouver
Munich – Washington Dulles


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