After Lufthansa reintroduced the Singapore – Munich route in March 2018 with the Airbus A350–900, the airline has decided to increase the frequency up to seven times a week. Lufthansa German Airlines will provide a daily connection between Singapore and its five-star hub in Munich. In addition to this service, there is a daily flight from Singapore to Frankfurt on Airbus A380 and a daily flight from SWISS on a Boeing B777-300ER from Singapore to Zurich. In total, passengers travelling with Lufthansa Group will be able to make use of ‘triple daily’ services to Europe.
Heiko Brix, Senior Director Sales Lufthansa Group Airlines Southeast Asia and Pacific explains the decision: “We have seen high demand and continuous growth for this route since we launched it in March last year. Hence, we have decided to add one additional frequency to meet the market’s needs. Singapore is an important market for us and we are always monitoring it closely to ensure our presence suits the market’s interests.”
This route between the Lion City and the Bavarian capital is serviced on the A350-900, the most modern long-haul aircraft of the Lufthansa fleet. Featuring 48 seats in Business Class, 21 in Premium Economy, and 224 in Economy class, the aircraft consumes 25% less fuel, 25% fewer emissions, and 50% less noise.