lufthansaLufthansa is one of the biggest airlines in the world. They are based in Germany and offer a widespead route network to all corners of the world. Lufthansa is also a founding member of the Star Alliance, the biggest airline alliance in the world. Here you will find a selection of seat maps of the most common aircrafts in the Lufthansa fleet.


Airbus A380-800

The A380 has been winning over business and leisure passengers alike since its service introduction in 2007, providing levels of comfort and reliability that have led travelers to specifically request flights on Airbus’ 21st century flagship – which is in operation with carriers around the globe.


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Boeing 747-400

The Boeing 747-400 has dominated the skies for the last decade. It is the most commonly used longhaul aircraft by most airlines and for a long time has been the biggest plane in the sky.

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Airbus A340-300

The Airbus A340-300 is one of the smallest planes used by Lufthansa for international and intercontinental flights.

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Airbus A340-600

Next to the Boeing 747-400 the Airbus A340-600 is one of the most commonly used airplanes for longhaul flights to international and intercontinental destinations.

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Airbus A321-100

The Airbus A321-100 is one of the biggest aircrafts used on the domestic and regional routes by Lufthansa.

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Currently Lufthansa and Air France have daily flights between Johannesburg and Europe with the Airbus A380-800. Find out more details about this fascinating aircraft here or contact us for your next flight booking with the A380-800.

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