LUFTHANSA TO LAUNCH BUY-ON-BOARD OFFERING ON LONG-HAUL FLIGHTS
Business Traveller India|December 2021 - January 2022
LUFTHANSA IS SET to charge passengers in long-haul economy and premium economy cabins for snacks and spirits from December 1.

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