GROWING INTEREST: Lufthansa said people have a yearning to fly when again. CREDIT: es.wikipedia.org Anna Zvereva from Tallinn, Estonia
THE Lufthansa group of airline companies has revealed today Friday that it will reboot flights to more areas in Germany and European areas including Mallorca in June.Lufthansa, Eurowings and Swiss are set to put 80 airplanes back into service, doubling the number they have actually been running under the air transport constraints.– Ad– In all business will be using services to 106 destinations, which will also consist of the Greek island of
Crete, from the start of next month.The group mentioned the choice was a response to a growing interest among consumers for flights in view of the steady easing of restraints and restraints on travel in the German federal states and on entry requirements in other European countries.”We see a great desire and longing amongst individuals to fly again,” commented Lufthansa Executive Board member Harry Hohmeister.
“The hotels and restaurants are gradually opening, and visits to enjoyed ones are being allowed in some countries,”he pointed out.The group cautioned however that customers will require to examine the
limitations in location in the countries they are preparing to travel to prior to they prepare their journeys. It also made it clear it will be requiring all
visitors wear masks on board and that restrictions on services like serving onboard meals will stay in place.The news comes a number of days after Germany’s tourist chief specified he believed Germans may be able to take summer season vacations in Mallorca this summer.Federal tourism commissioner Thomas Bareiss informed Der Tagesspiegel paper on Tuesday that if the coronavirus pandemic stayed under control it would be possible to relax travel limitations on residents in the next 4 to 8 weeks.Bareiss did state it would be easier for Germans to take their
trips in nations they might drive to, but included, “I would not yet cross out other areas in Europe, such as the Balearic islands or the Greek islands.” The Lufthansa group stated it will be releasing more info on flight times next week.