LUFTHANSA ANNOUNCES SUPERJUMBO A-380 FLIGHTS TO DELHI
New Delhi: A German based airline company known as “Lufthansa” will be introducing the superjumbo A-380 flights to India from the forthcoming month. Before Lufthansa, Emirates airlines and Singapore Airlines have launched these flights of Airbus A-380. Emirates started this service in the month of July from Delhi airport and Singapore began this service in May from Mumbai airport.
According to the Lufthansa airlines, this service will start from October, 27 and between Delhi and Frankfurt. The aircraft A-380 will carry almost 520 travelers in 3 classes i.e.; 8 in first class, 92 in Business class and 420 in Economy classes.
As per the director of South Asia, “A-380 is considered as the biggest jet in all over the world. This aircraft is nearly 73 m long and carries a weight of 560 tons. It provides a luxurious journey to its passengers. Now, the travelers of Lufthansa can also mesmerize their journey for long because of the new jet A-380”.
As this aircraft is very big in size, it needs more infrastructures. At present, only four airports are there in India who can handle this type of aircraft and these are Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore.