Lufthansa Group

The Lufthansa Group has been a member of AHK Iran since 1975 and is one of the 6 oldest and most loyal members of the German-Iranian Chamber of Industry and Commerce. The German aviation giant has been connecting business between Frankfurt and Tehran for decades.


Lufthansa Allegris

Under the name “Lufthansa Allegris”, a completely new travel experience is being created on long-haul routes: all Lufthansa travel classes, from Economy, to Premium Economy, Business and First Class, are being given a new top-quality product that is unparalleled in the market thanks to its seating variety.

The First Class will be introduced in 2024, on the newly delivered Airbus A350s as part of “Lufthansa Allegris,” the airline’s new long-haul product. In the process, the company is improving the overall travel experience for customers in all travel classes: Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First Class. “Allegris” is part of the largest product and service overhaul in the Lufthansa Group’s history, with a total investment of 2.5 billion euros by 2025.

First Class

Lufthansa is expanding its premium First Class offering with the “Suite Plus,” a separate double cabin with ceiling-high walls and an entirely closable door, large table and two wide seats that can be combined into a comfortable double bed if required. With this flying private room, Lufthansa is setting a new standard in comfort and individuality within its most sophisticated travel class.

The new First class will offer suites with personal wardrobe, large dining table, full-suite-width screens, heated and cooled seats, shoulder sink-in and wireless charging module.

Business Class: More flexible than ever

For the first time, guests in Lufthansa Business Class can also look forward to their own suite, which offers even more comfort and privacy due to chest-high walls and sliding doors. Here, travelers in the first rows can enjoy extended personal space, a monitor up to 27 inches in size and ample storage.

Seven seat options (including an extra-long bed, greater personal space, or a double seat), heated and cooled seats, shoulder sink-in, wireless charging module, and a personal minibar in the suite. Own devices (mobile devices, wireless headphones) can be connected to the entertainment system via Bluetooth.

The seven Business Class seating options in detail:

  • 1) Suites in the first row. Double suite inside, single suites by the window.
  • 2) Extra-Space Seat: Unique, spacious single seat with extra work surface.
  • 3) Window seat with a high degree of privacy.
  • 4) Seat with extra long bed (2.20 meters).
  • 5) Privacy window seat with baby bassinet.
  • 6) Double seat: In the last row of business class – two neighboring seats with a smaller distance between them, which can be combined to form a double berth by means of a retractable center console.
  • 7) Classic Business Class Seat: The aisle is directly accessible from all seats.

Premium Economy Class

The “Allegris” seat offers more legroom, a fold-out leg rest, and can be adjusted even further back than the current model. Because it will be integrated into a hard shell, however, adjusting it will have no effect on fellow passengers in the row behind. The table and monitor always remain in position. For more comfort, Premium Economy Class passengers will also receive a travel amenity kit made of sustainable materials.

Modern seat in hardshell design and with more free space. Greater seat pitch (99 centimeters), wireless charging of mobile devices in the personal center armrest, noise-canceling headphones.


The Lufthansa Group’s free corporate bonus programme.

Optimize your travel costs on flights with Lufthansa Group Airlines and earn valuable Benefit points for your company with every Business trip. These points can be redeemed for attractive flight, travel and product awards. In addition Miles & More members continue to have their personal miles credited.

Simply more transparent: revenue based accrual is the new system for collecting points

Until now, Benefit Points for tickets were calculated based on travel class and route and listed in collective lists. We have simplified the calculation process and made it more transparent. From now on, Benefit Points will be collected and calculated based on the airfare multiplied with the appropriate Area Factor.

The following simple formula will help to calculate Benefit Points when purchasing tickets:

Simply faster: points crediting after just one week

Following the program update, Benefit Points will be available much quicker. We have changed the basis of the data  that is used to calculate the points and Benefit Points will now be credited already one week after the last flight. This applies to all flights with Lufthansa Group airlines. For flights with our partner airlines, the Benefit Points will be available six to eight weeks after the flight.

Simply more uniform: one company, one contract, one account

The PartnerPlusBenefit transformation also makes program management easier. Companies with offices in multiple countries can now simply run their PartnerPlusBenefit contract through the company’s headquarters. Benefit points accumulated by the subsidiaries, no matter in which country the tickets are purchased, can then be credited to a common corporate account. However, it will be the customers decision whether they want to combine their branch accounts into one main account or keep these accounts separately.

Simply more attractive: expanded range of rewards in the Worldshop

The Benefit Worldshop will no longer exist in its previous form. With the integration into the Miles & More Worldshop, a larger assortment with attractive rewards is available.  The value of the Benefit Points and the award miles will now be equal, making shopping in the Worldshop easier and more transparent, e.g., if a suitcase costs 100.000 Miles, it will cost 100.000 Points for PPB customers.

Actively shaping the green transformation in aviation
Lufthansa Group is convinced that travel makes the world a better place. That is why they are using all their expertise, energy and networks to make CO2-neutral flying a reality. Already by 2030, Lufthansa Group want to reduce their net CO2 emissions by 50% compared to 2019, and by 2050 they want to reach CO2 neutrality. Although not all of the solutions currently exist, scientific and technological foundations are already in place and now, it is a matter of taking joint action. As a company, Lufthansa Group have technical and operational expertise deeply rooted in their DNA. They set high standards for their industry and have a great passion for flying. Lufthansa Group is convinced that these qualities will allow them to break new ground together with their customers, partners and policymakers, while continuing to connect people, cultures and economies in the future – in a sustainable way. Together, we can #MakeChangeFly
Modern fleet
By 2030 Lufthansa Group will have at least 190 fuel-efficient aircraft in service. It’s a major investment in the future that will lower fuel consumption and with it carbon emissions by up to 30 percent on each flight. Technological advances are playing an important role for them in the modernization of the existing fleet too. For example, AeroSHARK is a bionic adhesive film that replicates the skin of sharks and optimizes airflow aerodynamics in particular places, thus reducing friction. SWISS will be the first passenger airline in the world to use the new AeroSHARK technology to further reduce carbon emissions and fuel consumption.
Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)
For Lufthansa Group, the development and use of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) are a key step on the path to carbon-neutral aviation. The fundamental concept behind SAF is to replace fossil fuels over the long-term using sustainable alternatives. For many years the Lufthansa Group has been one of the largest purchasers of SAF. It is constantly investing in research and industrial development of various technological approaches that will make SAF available in larger quantities and more cheaply as soon as possible. The SAF currently used by the Lufthansa Group is produced from biogenic residual materials, such as used cooking oils.
Reducing waste and plastics
Lufthansa Group is focusing intensively on all the ways of reducing waste, based on the principles of “reduce – reuse – recycle – replace” as they develop products and inflight services. We’re minimizing everything unnecessary and promoting sustainable design in their on-board products. For example, in the case of on-board meals they are looking at food that’s produced in a resource-efficient way with environmentally friendly packaging materials. Moreover, by making fresh products in a way that is more in line with demand, less unused food has to be thrown away. By 2025 they are aiming to gradually replace single-use plastic articles with more sustainable materials. In addition they are supporting innovative technologies such as the start-up “traceless materials” who are making biodegradable alternatives to plastic.
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