The German airline is cutting costs in view of the crisis.
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- The austerity measures are also being applied in the airline’s subsidiaries.
Without a doubt, the tourism and travel sector has been one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. In a context where the physical distancing The number of airlines in the world has decreased and they have had to figure out how to keep operating.
In this way, LufthansaThe German airline no longer offers its economy class passengers free snacks. The company’s aim is to reduce costs. However, the airline will offer its short- and medium-haul users a new selection of food and beverages that will incur additional costs.
The austerity measures are also being applied in the airline’s subsidiaries, which include the following companies: Swiss, Austrian, Brussels Airline and Eurowings.
This rule will start to apply next spring, although some Lufthansa subsidiaries have already billed their users for food.