Lufthansa: There's no Better Way to Fly
We knew the trip would be long and arduous.
We knew we
had to go from Boston to Frankfurt to Berlin to Munich to Kiev and then
back to Frankfurt and then on to Boston.
We knew we
needed an airline that would ease the pain and the fuss, soothe the way.
We made the right choice.
The company’s slogan: “There’s no
better way to fly” sounds like a bit of hyperbole, yet it is right on
All the staff we came into contact
with - at airports, on the phone, in the Business Class lounges, on
the airplanes – were informed, courteous and helpful.
Flights were all on time or just a
few minutes or so off time. They were pleasant, smooth, expedited in all
Both in economy and Business Class,
one especially nice part of the Lufthansa experience was the information
flow provided on board each and every plane we happened to be on. A
cheerful welcome on board, time to destination, flying weather
conditions , weather at the destination.
In Business Class, the sleeper seat
is ergonomically shaped and adapts to any body shape. By pushing a
button this “PrivateBed” extends to a comfortable seven feet lounge with
just a slight incline allowing one to lie almost completely flat.
Undisturbed sleep is guaranteed - whether you lie on your side or on
those who must work – excellent conditions are there: a large work
table, a laptop and file storage pocket, individual reading light – all
smartly integrated into the seat that boasts a PC power point with that
functions without an adaptor.
origin in 1926 when the first passengers used a ladder to climb into the
Fokker-Grulich FII, Lufthansa has kept making major moves in the world
of aviation. Its sterling reputation has come not by accident but
through careful attention to details and passenger needs.
find the company’s slogan: “There’s no better way to fly” – one they
will take to heart.
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About the Authors: Myrna Katz Frommer and Harvey Frommer are a wife and husband
team who successfully bridge the worlds of popular culture and traditional
scholarship. Co-authors of the critically acclaimed interactive oral histories
It Happened in the Catskills, It Happened in Brooklyn, Growing Up Jewish in
America, It Happened on Broadway, It Happened in Manhattan, It Happened in
Miami. They teach what they practice as professors at Dartmouth College.
They are also travel writers who specialize in luxury properties and fine dining
as well as cultural history and Jewish history and heritage in the United
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