Monday, October 25, 2021

Lufthansa cuts attendance at DIA

Lufthansa Airlines is looking to reduce its office space at Denver International Airport and cut two ticket counters in response to limited and canceled flights due to the pandemic.

A contract amendment that the airline wants would spare its two ticket counters and 1,736 square feet of office space. DIA officials said the airline currently leases eight ticket counters in the Jepsen terminal as well as the office and “support space” on Concourse A.

Lufthansa flew once a day to Frankfurt and Munich before March 2020. Flights were halted due to the pandemic and did not return until 25 October. At the time, US visitors were barred from entering the country unless they could demonstrate an “urgent need”. “for his visit as defined by the German government, The Denver Post reported at the time.

Till this July, the airline had operated five flights a week to the two cities, DIA officials said. But this month flights to Munich were reduced to three times a week.

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Still, DIA officials said full service from Lufthansa could return by April.

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