Aviation: Lufthansa offers six new tourist destinations departing from Frankfurt and Munich to escape the winter
German carriers, Lufthansa has said it is offering six new tourist destinations to its passengers departing from Frankfurt and Munich to escape the winter. The carrier said all destinations are seamlessly reachable from Nigeria via Frankfurt its hub.
Lufthansa stated that it now flies from Frankfurt and Munich to Eilat (Ovda), the attractive holiday resort on the Red Sea in the south of Israel.
It added that starting this winter, it will fly to Agadir (Morocco) every Monday and Saturday from Frankfurt and every Sunday from Munich. Agadir is located on the southern Atlantic coast of Morocco, in the foothills of the Anti-Atlas mountains. The capital of the province of Agadir Ida-Ou Tanane is a popular holiday destination featuring golf courses and endless beaches.
It said: “If you’ve had enough of winter and snow, Lufthansa will take you to this sunshine paradise four times a week (Thursdays and Sundays from Frankfurt and Tuesdays and Saturdays from Munich).
If you want to discover the northern lights or the Anti-Atlas mountain range you can now book additional and attractive winter destinations with Lufthansa. Because Europe’s leading airline is expanding its offers from Frankfurt and Munich to include six new tourist destinations. All destinations are seamlessly reachable from Nigeria via Frankfurt.”