Lufthansa: “Sleeping line” in economy class enters service

As of August 2, 2021 this is happening. In November 2020 we reported on an experiment in which in addition to the ticket price in economy class you can enjoy a row of sleep on long-haul flights

site IAS First reported on November 30, 2020 (For the article) On an experiment being examined by the airline Lufthansa, As part of the economy class on flights 506 and 507 between Frankfurt and Sao Paulo Brazil, passengers will be offered an additional 220 euros to enjoy a full range of three or four seats (“Sleep row – “Sleeper’s Row”), Which will allow a comfortable sleep during the entire flight.

Lufthansa reported yesterday (Friday) that the experiment received positive feedback from many passengers and it was decided to put it into service starting August 2, 2021. “By equipping the new aircraft long-term, Lufthansa provides its passengers with additional services to make the flight even more enjoyable,” the report said. .

As mentioned, starting on August 2, Lufthansa passengers flying in economy class on long-haul flights will be given the option to book a “sleeping line” at check-in or at the boarding gate. The attractive offer includes a row of 3 or 4 seats plus a quality mattress, pillow, blanket and special seat belt. In addition, passengers booking a “sleeping line” will be able to board the plane earlier than other passengers in economy class.

A “sleep line” will be available on long-haul flights of 11 hours or more on routes to the Far East, the west coast of the United States, Central and South America, and South Africa. Each flight offers a maximum of three lines and it is not possible to book a seat in advance. The price ranges from 159 to 229 euros one way.

Airbus A350-900 Lufthansa photo
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