Dubai – MENA Herald: As Lufthansa German Airlines celebrates 40 years of its presence in Dubai, the airline has just made travel to Europe more appealing this summer as it slashes 40% off on its regular fares. The special fares are applicable across four cabins – Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First Class.

The 40 destinations will be revealed every day and customers are able to avail of the lower fare only for each particular day. The special fares run until June 11, 2016. Customers will find more information on the daily offers by checking www.LH.com.

Once purchased, the tickets are valid to start travel anytime, but latest by September 30. The inclusive dates of travel include popular holiday dates including Eid-al-Fitr and Eid-al-Adha.

“At Lufthansa, we try to find novel ways to connect passengers between Dubai and our hub Frankfurt to onward destinations. With a continued presence of 40 years in Dubai, it is but fitting to treat our customers with an attractive offer to help them plan their summer holidays in Europe. For the first time in Lufthansa’s history, we are offering four comfortable cabins – Economy, Premium Economy, Business and five-star First Class with the quality service we are known for,” said Karsten Zang, Regional Director Gulf, I.R. Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan for Lufthansa German Airlines. “We thank our customers for their continued support of Lufthansa throughout the past four decades, helping to build a bridge between Germany and the UAE.”

Lufthansa’s Premium Economy is the latest product of the airline providing a higher level of comfort with spacious legroom and seat pitch. The new cabin offers around one-and-a-half times more room than Economy Class to passengers as well as upgraded services including two pieces of baggage of 23kgs each, enhanced inflight services like welcome drinks, high-quality amenity kit and meals served on porcelain tableware. The new cabin class has proven to be attractive to Lufthansa’s Dubai-based customers and those traveling to Frankfurt and beyond from other GCC gateways.