Deutsche Lufthansa AG plans to return to its regular schedule in Frankfurt tomorrow, with all long-haul flights and nearly all domestic and European flights set to take place, company spokesman Thomas Jachnow said in an e-mailed statement. He cited a positive weather forecast and said the airline sees “good chances for almost normal flight operations.”
Deutsche Lufthansa AG said it’s suspended flights to and from Tokyo and is rerouting planes to Nagoya and Osaka instead. The airline’s flights are stopping in Seoul to change crews to avoid having staff stay overnight in Japan, spokesman Thomas Jachnow said in a telephone interview today.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG will offer flat-bed seats in a brown and grey-themed business-class cabin designed to feel less clinical than the current version when it takes delivery of Boeing Co.’s new jumbo jet in coming months.
Snowstorms and freezing temperatures disrupted travel across Europe as airports from London to Amsterdam halted flights and Eurostar Group Ltd. said train cancelations are likely to continue over the weekend.