Passengers traveling in Asia on a first-class ticket with Lufthansa can now benefit from something their European counterparts have been enjoying since the beginning of the year. From the moment you arrive at the airport to when you walk onto the plane, one of the carrier’s personal assistants will be on hand to guide you through. They’ll assist with check-in, immigration, and security—enabling first passengers to spend as much time as possible in the lounge—and if your flight is delayed, they’ll probably be among the first to know. The service is being rolled out to airports at Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo Narita.
Share this Article
Virgin America Takes Netflix to the Skies
Virgin America is taking its in-flight entertainment to the next level with the availability of Netf...
KLM Offers Art-Inspired Wines on Air
Stay up-to-date with the latest airline news about KLM, Air New Zealand, and Vistara Airlines.
Air France Launches Oh Lala Deals
Book flights to over 100 destinations with Air France's special rates.
AirAsia to Launch New Flights from U-Tapao Airport
AirAsia is establishing U-Tapao as one of its hubs in Thailand with the launch of two new flights in...
Stay up-to-date in your travels with the latest airlines news about Qatar Airways, Hainan Airlines, ...
Qatar Airways to Fly to Adelaide in 2016
Qatar Airways is expanding its network in Australia with daily flights to Adelaide starting May 2, 2...