Denver was last on Lufthansa’s Munich flight plan in summer 2008. And today the German carrier announced the relaunch of Denver flights from the new satellite terminal at Munich airport.
The Airbus A330-300 offers guests the choice of four classes all fitted with the latest cabin interior, including 21 seats in Premium Economy. In Denver, Lufthansa passengers can take connecting flights to around 85 destinations in North America via the hub of their Star Alliance partner United Airlines, including popular destinations such as Phoenix, Las Vegas and Seattle.
“We’re really pleased to be able to offer our customers such an attractive travel destination once again. Due to its location in the Rocky Mountains, Denver is a real El Dorado for all sports and nature enthusiasts”, says Thomas Winkelmann, CEO Lufthansa-Hub Munich.
The metropolitan region of Denver, with around 2.5 million inhabitants, lies exactly one mile above sea level and is one of the most popular regions in the USA. It is the location for many traditional mining companies and large telecommunications firms. Other important industries include energy supply and logistics.
Denver is known to holidaymakers as the eastern gate to the Rocky Mountains, with the popular ski resorts of Vail, Breckenridge and Aspen just a short car ride away. The four national parks in the state of Colorado, amongst them the UNESCO World Heritage Site Mesa Verde National Park, can also be easily reached from Denver.
The return flight to Denver can already be booked starting from 799 euros. For more information and to book Lufthansa flights, go to LH.com or call the Lufthansa Service Center on +49 (0) 69 86 799 799 (fixed line rate). The duration of the flight is 10.5 hours.