Global: the route network of the Lufthansa Group airlines

When your company’s employees fly with the Lufthansa Group airlines or one of the Benefit partner airlines, they will be able to earn Benefit points on numerous routes. They will also benefit from a global route network with many hubs worldwide:


  • Air Canada

Air Canada has major hubs in four Canadian cities (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary). Its extensive global network provides scheduled passenger service directly to 64 Canadian destinations, 54 destinations in the United States and 90 in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America and South America.


You can view current routes via this link.



  • Air China

Thanks to the new cooperation with Air China, travellers from Europe and China will benefit from an expanded route network, 120 code-share connections, optimised timetables and attractive offers.


You can view current routes via this link.



  • Air Dolomiti

As the Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group, Air Dolomiti connects the 15 major Italian airports with the Munich and Frankfurt hubs and operates more than 700 flights a week.


You can view current routes via this link.



  • All Nippon Airways

Japan's largest airline connects the European cities of Frankfurt, Munich, Paris and London with daily direct flights to Tokyo and from there to numerous destinations within Japan, Asia and the USA. Hubs: Tokyo Haneda and Tokyo Narita.


You can view current routes via this link.



  • Austrian Airlines

Austrian Airlines operates a global route network of more than 130 destinations. The network in Central and Eastern Europe alone is especially dense with more than 40 destinations. Hub: Vienna


You can view current routes via this link.



  • Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines connects the European capital with more than 90 destinations in Europe and Africa. The airline therefore provides an outstanding network for travel to, from and via Brussels. In total the airline operates more than 300 flights a day.


You can view current routes via this link.



  • Eurowings

The Eurowings brand stands for a wide selection of high-quality flights to more than 130 destinations in Europe and the rest of the world. Passengers can fly from Germany – for example from Dusseldorf, Dortmund, Hanover, Cologne/Bonn, Hamburg, Berlin or Stuttgart.


You can view current routes via this link.



  • Lufthansa

Lufthansa’s flight services comprise flights to over 200 destinations in more than 70 countries. Hubs: Frankfurt and Munich.


You can view current routes via this link.



  • LOT Polish Airlines

A modern airline connecting New Europe to the world.

Every year the airline hosts on board aircrafts almost 5 million passengers, providing them with possibly the most efficient and most comfortable journeys from Warsaw to nearly 60 destinations worldwide.


You can view current routes via this link.




Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is the airline of Switzerland, serving over 100 destinations in 46 countries from Zurich and Geneva.


You can view current routes via this link.



  • United Airlines

United Airlines and United Express provide a global route network with more than 5,000 flights a day to more than 370 destinations on 6 continents. Hubs: Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Guam, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark Liberty, San Francisco, Tokyo and Washington, D.C.


You can view current routes via this link.





As at: December 2018.



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