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Just in from Travelzoo...

Lufthansa just launched a 2-for-1
flight sale to Germany and Italy, taking the price of TWO
return tickets down to £149.

The sale price includes two flights, tax, a 20kg baggage
allowance per person and onboard snacks to the following
destinations from Heathrow:

-Cologne
-Dresden
-Dusseldorf
-Frankfurt
-Hamburg
-Milan
-Munich
-Stuttgart

Departures to certain German destinations also available from Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh.

Fares are valid for flights departing on select dates
between 15 January and 31 March, 2011.

Book by 2 January.

To book Lufthansa sale fares to Germany, go to the following:
http://www.travelzoo.com/uk/newsflash/14868773-942835/

To book Lufthansa sale fares to Italy, go to the following:
http://www.travelzoo.com/uk/newsflash/14868773-943898/

Bookings made by credit or debit card are subject to a £4
ticketing fee. No fees apply to bookings made by PayPal. A
2-night minimum stay or a 1-night stay covering a Saturday
is required.
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#1
Good deal. If your unlucky you`ll get to stay in the airport for a week free of charge too. oO
#2
Good deal but i wonder how's weather in Italy gonna be in end of March?

Also doesnt say which airport in London and which one in Milan. There can be a catch in that small print.
#3
great deal, it doesn't matter about the weather for the time of year because it doesn't rain or get cold in the shops or pubs! heat from me
#4
Lufthansa Italia fly from Heathrow in London to Malpensa in Milan. Have used and highly recommend!
#5
wh431
Good deal but i wonder how's weather in Italy gonna be in end of March?

Also doesnt say which airport in London and which one in Milan. There can be a catch in that small print.


Lufthansa are a decent airline...the London flights are definitely out of Heathrow.
#6
Only had 1 experience with them (last week) checked in on line, and then spent over an hour and a half in the bag drop queue! When asked why bother checking in on line, the answer was so that you are assured a seat! On the way back got delayed at Frankfurt, and waiting in line for over 2 hours (after checking in) for the bag drop to be told that the flight was cancelled, I think maybe they have been secretly taken over by bogtop Airlines
#7
My office recently bought Heathrow-Frankfurt return ticket with Lufthansa for my business trip for £389:D.........So this is definitely hot!!
#8
this is red hot.
#9
I did this last year when it was £99 and definitely, as Molineaux states, Heathrow to Malpensa

Edited By: adsham on Dec 23, 2010 15:50: haha
#10
I went by Lufthansa to Munich two weeks ago - excellent service, 100 times better than the budget airlines.
#11
gooood deal, how does this compare to Ryanair flights at similar times? anyone checked?
#12
this is lufthansa the pride of germany if only the irish and british airlines could take its lead, free sandwich on short flights and a warm meal on longer flights, plus free drinks..
#13
gooood deal, how does this compare to Ryanair flights at similar times? anyone checked?
don't forget with lufthansa, you don't pay an online check-in fee, a baggage fee, a card booking fee, an admin fee, and any other taxes o'leary fancies adding..
I will always happily pay a small premium to fly a decent airline over ryanair any day
#14
and London Heathrow to Milan
"Total Price: £ 73.83" PP Lufthansa

Not only is it 0.01p cheaper, but it's also Lufthansa!!!

THANK YOU SO MUCH, Valentines with the wife is sorted ;)

I just checked.

from London Gatwick to Milan (forgot the name of the airport)
"Total
73.84 GBP" PP Ryanair


BTW, ryanair flights (from my past experiences) tend to drop you off, and pick you up from the middle of no where.

this really is a steal from lufthansa, thank you poster!

URGGHH.. I'm trying to book but it keeps saying:
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Edited By: mus_ne on Dec 23, 2010 18:46: update.
#15
Ryanair fly to Milan Bergamo,the furthest from Milan but the Italians run a shuttle bus into Milan from all the airports every 15 mins so not too much of an issue. I refuse to travel with Ryanair now, I always fly with Easyjet to Malpensa but if you want to get closer to Milan fly into Linate airport. This is a good deal for anyone who doesn't like budget carriers cos you are normally about £50 a ticket at the cheapest anyway.
1 Like #16
This is no big deal.

My grandfather and his mates often flew to Germany completely free of charge.

And that was in 1944.
1 Like #17
renard, maybe change your name to have a "T" in it and take out the "N"

it may grate you to think it but I'd say the germans are the most like the english in the whole of europe.
although more successfull at football even with a team of no big stars.


Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Dec 24, 2010 08:38
#18
whatyadoinsucka
renard, maybe change your name to have a "T" in it and take out the "N"

it may grate you to think it but I'd say the germans are the most like the english in the whole of europe.
although more successfull at football even with a team of no big stars.

lol.....
#19
whatyadoinsucka
renard, maybe change your name to have a "T" in it and take out the "N"it may grate you to think it but I'd say the germans are the most like the english in the whole of europe.although more successfull at football even with a team of no big stars.

Haha lol, yeah Retard sounds right for someone posting such comments. Wake up re*ard..its 2010
1 Like #20
Oh for Gawd's sake! Lighten up, you people!

Sorry if my mild attempt at humour offended some sensitive souls, but I can't help thinking that some people are just waiting to be offended!

For what it's worth, you may wish to know that I have spent many happy days with friends in Germany. And they make similar jokes about England / Germany.

Some of you need to take a happy pill, and stop looking for offence where none was intended. Miserable, mean-minded, PC so-and-sos!



Edited By: renard on Dec 25, 2010 00:47

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