Lufthansa Announces Private Jets in North America

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Major news for luxury jet fans today: Lufthansa has announced that it will introduce its premium Lufthansa Private Jet service to the North American market on February 1. The new service builds upon the popular Lufthansa Private Jet product that is already operated in Europe in conjunction with NetJets Europe. Lufthansa Private Jet service in North America is available through an interchange program with NetJets Europe. Travel can be booked through Lufthansa and in combination with transatlantic flights arriving or departing from the 21 North America destinations serviced by Lufthansa and SWISS or for direct point-to-point travel within the North America coverage area, which includes over 3,000 airports.

With Lufthansa Private Jet, a dedicated customer care service team provides a unique single point of contact for all passenger needs, from flight arrangements to ground transportation and special requests. Some exclusive perks of Lufthansa Private Jet include a personal escort and VIP transfer service between the long-haul Lufthansa and Private Jet flights, as well as access to Lufthansa’s premium lounges and partner lounges when traveling via one of Lufthansa’s 21 North American gateways. For an additional charge, limousine service from the airport to the traveler’s final destination is also available.
 
Through the relationship with NetJets, Lufthansa Private Jet has a range of aircraft, including the light cabin Hawker 400XP, midsize cabin Cessna Citation X, and large cabin Gulfstream G450/G400/GIV-SP as well as the Gulfstream G550/GV which accommodates up to 14 passengers.
 
Best of all: Lufthansa Private Jet passengers accrue 10,000 Miles & More status and HON miles per flight leg.

For more information, visit www.lufthansa.com/private-jet.

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