The operation of the new route will start on October 27 with three weekly services, carried out every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with a Lufthansa Airbus A320 aircraft.
With this addition, the list of available destinations offered by Lufthansa in Greece expands further, serving the majority of popular summer and city break destinations including Athens, Santorini, Heraklion and Corfu.
The direct connection of Thessaloniki to Munich also aims to further boost the connection of this popular Greek destination with Germany.
According to Konstantinos Tzevelekos, general manager sales of the Lufthansa Group in Greece and Cyprus, the new route will give Lufthansa passengers excellent connections with its global network.
“Greece has always been a high-demand destination and we are excited that we are now able to connect the city of Thessaloniki with our two main hubs, Munich and Frankfurt,” Tzevelekos said.
“Thessaloniki is considered an open-air museum of Byzantine history and offers a truly unique cultural experience for everyone. We are certain that this new destination from Munich will very quickly become particularly popular and loved by our passengers,” he added.
The new connection is available to book at lufthansa.com or Lufthansa travel agency partners.