Lufthansa is preparing to make the longest flight of the company
Lufhtansa in preparations to make the longest flight in the history of the German company
The longest passenger flight in Lufthansa's history will take place on February 1st.
It's a charter flight, rented on behalf of the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (AWI). The aircraft allocated for this flight will be an Airbus A350-900 and will fly about 13,700 km nonstop, between Hamburg and Mount Pleasant, in Falkland Islands.
The flight time is calculated around 15:00 hours. There are 92 passengers booked for flight LH2574, half of whom are scientists and the other half, the crew of the Polarstern, on their way to the next expedition.
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