Lufthansa Will No Longer Provide Free Snacks to Economy Class Passengers
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- The austerity measures will also be applied in the subsidiaries of the air transport company.
Without a doubt, the tourism and travel sector has been one of the most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In a context where physical distancing rewards the numbers of the world's airlines have plummeted and they have had to manage to continue operating.
In this way, Lufthansa , a German airline, will no longer provide free snacks to its economy class passengers. The company's goal is to reduce expenses. However, the airline will offer a new range of food and beverages to its short and medium-haul users, which will have an extra cost.
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The austerity measures will also be applied in the subsidiaries of the air transport company, among which we can find the following companies: Swiss, Austrian, Brussels Airline and Eurowings.
The application of this rule will begin next spring, although some Lufthansa subsidiaries already charged their users for food.