Tour operators had the chance on Monday, to experience the latest upgraded inflight entertainment system of Lufthansa, now offered in its new Premium Economy Class, at Village Cinemas Gold Class.
Offering more comfort at affordable prices, the Premium Economy Class provides travellers with an in-seat hi-tech entertainment system, which includes a larger touch screen and higher quality sound as well as a vast array of choices.
During the event, tourism professionals were also informed of the carrier’s new schedule and upgraded services to Greece for the coming summer, including additional flights, new destinations and modern applications.
With a 55-year presence in Greece, the German carrier said it would boost flights to Athens in the summer with extra weekly flights from Munich to Athens and Iraklio, increasing the total number of flights a week to 48 compared to 28.
The total number of flights to Greece by Lufthansa Group airlines will come to 158 a week for the summer of 2015.
In 2014, the Lufthansa Group invested 2.2 billion euros for the modernization and maintenance of its fleet, which consists of 627 aircraft with 295 airplanes on order valued at over 36 billion euros and set to be delivered by 2025.