Lufthansa, the leading German airline, has announced the launch of direct flights between Hyderabad, India, and Frankfurt, Germany starting from January 16, 2024. The new service will operate five times a week, offering passengers a convenient and seamless travel experience between the two cities.
This new service will provide our passengers with more travel options and enhance connectivity between India and Germany.
“Coming soon! Hyderabad-Frankfurt nonstop. 5 times a week. Beginning 16 January 2024, the state-of-the-art Lufthansa B787-9 Dreamliner will fly Hyderabad-Frankfurt nonstop 5 days a week,” said Lufthansa India of X (Twitter)
Lufthansa Frankfurt-Hyderabad Flight Schedule
The direct flight from Hyderabad to Frankfurt will depart at 10:55 and arrive in Frankfurt at 23:55. The return flight from Frankfurt to Hyderabad will depart at 01:55 and arrive in Hyderabad at 07:05.
The morning arrival time in Frankfurt offers passengers a plethora of options for onward journeys, turning the travel experience into a seamless and efficient one.
Both flights will be operated by a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which offers a comfortable and spacious cabin with a variety of amenities.
Bengaluru-Munich Route: A New Connection
The launch of the Hyderabad-Frankfurt route comes on the heels of Lufthansa’s recent announcement of direct flights between Bengaluru and Munich, which commenced on November 4, 2023.
Lufthansa’s expanding India operations reflect the country’s strong economic growth and its growing importance as a global business hub.
Lufthansa’s Ongoing Commitment to India
With a remarkable legacy of over 90 years in India, Lufthansa reaffirms its commitment to the Indian market.
The airline is poised to bolster its presence with plans to operate a total of 64 weekly flights between India and Europe by January 2024, showcasing a substantial increase from pre-pandemic levels.
With the launch of direct flights between Hyderabad and Frankfurt, Lufthansa is further strengthening its position as a leading air carrier in India. The new service will cater to the growing demand for travel between the two countries and contribute to fostering stronger economic and cultural ties.