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Europe’s leading airline – Lufthansa receives World Travel Award 2015

Frankfurt’s first class lounges also rank on top position in Europe

Lufthansa has been named “Europe’s Leading Airline” for the fifth time in a row at the World Travel Awards on September 5 in Sardinia.  Travel and tourism experts worldwide also honoured Lufthansa with the award of “Europe’s Leading Airline Lounge” for the lounges at Frankfurt Airport.  

“It is an honour to recognise Lufthansa as Europe’s Leading Airline once again this year. During our 22-year history, the carrier has consistently been one of the most innovative, forward-looking airlines in European aviation, and it is no surprise our voters have recognised their achievements once again this evening”, said Graham E. Cooke, President and Founder of the World Travel Awards during the gala event in Sardinia.  

Jens Bischof, Member of the Lufthansa German Airlines Executive Board and Chief Commercial Officer of the Lufthansa Group, is delighted to receive the awards: “From this year onward our passengers can enjoy the full benefit from our multi-billion investments in quality, equipment and services. This enables us to continue to further expand our leading position in the group of international premium airlines”.  

Swiss International Air Lines were also named “Europe’s Leading Airline Business Class” which includes both short-haul and long-haul flights.  

Recently, Lufthansa has been presented with other important awards as well. During the World Airline Awards in June, they came top in the categories “Best Airline Transatlantic” and “Best Airline in Western Europe”. The airline also received the award for “World’s Best First Class Airline Lounge”. Business Travel Awards 2015 honoured Lufthansa with the title of “Best short-haul Airline”. With innovations such as the Premium Economy Class and the new Restaurant-Service in Business Class, Lufthansa have taken further important steps to becoming a 5-Star Airline.

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