Lufthansa adds Frankfurt-Austin and Munich-Bangkok bellyhold from 2019

Lufthansa is expanding its route network out of Germany to the US and Asia with new routes to Austin, Texas, and Bangkok in Thailand from 2019.
The German flag carrier will launch its first connections from Frankfurt to Austin from  May 3 with a five times a week Airbus A330-300.
This is Lufthansa’s third destination in Texas alongside Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston.
The daily Lufthansa connection from Munich in southern Germany to Bangkok will take place on from June 1 with a new Airbus A350-900.
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