Lufthansa to take super-jumbo jet to South Africa

Hot on the heels of Lufthansa's recent A380 flight to Beijing, the airline made another announcement of a new flight path that the luxurious aircraft will take.

The airline recently announced that it will be putting an A380 craft on its Frankfurt - Johannesburg route once a week, according to The Times. This will be the second commercial A380 craft to fly to South Africa.

The super jumbo jet is known for its luxurious offerings in its premier classes. With eight first class seats and 98 in business class, the experience of flying will change drastically with this aircraft. There is plenty of space in the cabins for travelers to stretch their legs and walk around.

Featuring new lighting technology that will allow for passengers bodies to acclimate to the new time zone, along with lie-flat beds, the new Airbus is truly an innovative aircraft, according to the news source.

Lufthansa currently flies daily between Johannesburg and Frankfurt, according to the airline, and from October 26 until the end of March the airline will add an extra flight from Cape Town to Frankfurt - so travelers can enjoy the summer weather in the southern hemisphere.ADNFCR-3467-ID-19938471-ADNFCR


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