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Lufthansa Student Discount

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20. July 2024

Nov 17, 2022 · 3 Min read

Did you know that as a student you can get cool deals with Lufthansa? Traveling should be affordable during your studies. You should be able to see the world, to plan your semester abroad in a budget-friendly way and to visit friends from all over the world.

And that’s where Lufthansa helps out. Lufthansa offers cool deals, especially when it comes to one-way long-haul flights. As long as you are flexible and spontaneous you will find amazing long-haul flights with Lufthansa.

Flight routes at cool student deals 

Munich (MUC) - Los Angeles (LAX) 

Munich (MUC) - New York City (JFK) 

Munich (MUC) - Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) 

Munich (MUC) - Mexico City (MEX)

Frankfurt (FRA) - Los Angeles (LAX) 

Frankfurt (FRA) - Mexico City (MEX) 

Frankfurt (FRA) - New York City (JFK) 

Frankfurt (FRA) - Seattle (SEA) 

Frankfurt (FRA) - Atlanta (ATL)

Frankfurt (FRA) - Toronto (YYZ)

Frankfurt (FRA) - Vancouver (YVR) 

Tel Aviv (TLV) - Los Angeles (LAX) 

New York City (JFK) - Munich (MUC) 

New York City (EWR) - Munich (MUC)

Lufthansa – always in the sky 

In the German-speaking world, there is no other airline that stands for reliable air travel as much as Lufthansa. Lufthansa stands for childhood when we think of early mornings at the airport with the family. It stands for youth and freedom when we think of our first trip without our parents. Of high school graduation trips to Spain and the first vacation to Greece with our first love. The first long-distance backpacking trip in our gap year. Lufthansa accompanies us through the major stages of our lives. That's exactly why it has to remain a constant even when we're studying. At Flyla, we offer flight deals for students and cooperate with Lufthansa. You can find out how to get the deals here. 

The history of Lufthansa 

Although Lufthansa has been fully privately owned since 1997, it is commonly perceived as Germany's flag carrier – a national airline. Lufthansa as we know it today was founded in 1953, and until 1963 it was almost entirely state-owned. Today, Lufthansa includes Eurowings, Swiss International Air Lines, Austrian Airlines, Air Dolomiti, Brussels Airlines and others. 

Frankfurt Main Airport and Munich Airport are Lufthansa's two main hubs. From there, Lufthansa flies to countless destinations within Europe as well as in North and South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

High quality high above the clouds

In 2017, Lufthansa became the first European airline to be awarded the Skytrax 5-star certificate. Skytrax is the international air traffic rating organization for commercial airlines. Skytrax conducts surveys of international travelers to rate airports, airlines, cabin crew lounges and in-flight entertainment.

Fun Facts

  • The Lufthansa Group with its subsidiaries is the largest airline in Europe it is also called the "Crane Airline" because of its logo
  • Longest regular non-stop passenger flight of Lufthansa: Frankfurt - Buenos Aires-Ezeiza (13:50 hours)
  • Lufthansa is the largest buyer of caviar in the world. The airline buys up to ten tons of caviar per year
  • Lufthansa has four different classes of transportation: Economy Class, Premium Economy Class, Business Class and First Class
  • Lufthansa is one of the five founding members of the Star Alliance – an aviation alliance of 26 airlines
  • It was the first airline to offer Internet on its flights in 2003

CO2-neutral flying with Lufthansa

Lufthansa offers its passengers three different ways to fly CO2-neutral. Customers can promote innovative fuel technologies, so-called Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF). These are not produced from fossil raw materials, but on the basis of renewable energy sources. Another option is to offset the CO2 emissions of the flight through high-quality climate protection projects. Examples include the restoration of moors in Germany, the construction of biogas plants in Brazil or the protection of endangered forests in Tanzania. Lufthansa customers can also choose a combination of both CO2 compensation options. All of this makes flying green(er).