Lufthansa unveils second A380
Nearly two months since their received their first Airbus A380, German carrier Lufthansa received a second jumbo aircraft in Hamburg.
In a ceremony to be held this Wednesday at Munich Airport, the wife of Munich's mayor will officially name the plane München.
The 526 passenger plane will allow Lufthansa to increase Frankfurt to Tokyo service from three times per week to daily beginning August 2.
The latest collection to the airline's fleet will offer an all-new First Class with eight deluxe seats on the upper deck that was designed to ensure an even more relaxing and pleasant flight.
Also on the upper deck are 98 prize-winning Business Class seats. The 420 Economy Class seats have also received a comfort upgrade according to the airline.
Upcoming plans for Lufthansa include the debut of a third A380, due September 1, which would offer a Frankfurt to Peking flight three times per week. This route could quickly become daily when the fourth A380 shows up in late October.
Finally, Lufthansa will begin offering a three time per week Frankfurt and Johannesburg route October 25.