Lufthansa Group is presently offering two stopover alternatives that are meant to upgrade the client’s trip and assist voyagers with capitalizing on their flights and connection times.
“We are always looking for better approaches that take into account our clients happiness and experiences whilst travelling with us,” said Tamur Goudarzi Pour, VP carriers deals, Americas, Lufthansa Group.
“Our two new stopover demonstrates the Group’s promise to giving first-rate, quality travel experiences for the duration of our clients journey – from the air terminal, to inflight and on-the-ground encounters.”
Swiss International Air Lines, in close joint effort with Switzerland Tourism and Switzerland Travel Center, is offering the Stopover Switzerland program, which permits both recreation and business explorers to broaden their stopover in Switzerland by one to four evenings.
With eight customisable travel bundles, voyagers can exploit the sheer density and assortment of Switzerland’s numerous attractions, encountering o much in so little time.
Each bundle includes accommodation in a three-or four-star hotel at the picked destination, in addition to all public transport costs.
With the single-destination Stopover Switzerland bundles, which are bookable for one to four evenings, visitors pick one Swiss city, for example, Zurich, Interlaken or Lucerne, as the base for their excursions and discoveries.
The bundle likewise suggests tips for nearby outings and excursions to enable the visitor to take advantage of their time their.
All bundles likewise incorporate a Swiss Travel Pass for first-or second class travel, giving boundless journies on Switzerland’s broad public transport network for the length of the stopover.
The United States, Singapore and India are the main Swiss markets to already gone live with the new stopover program.
By and large, from the US and Canada, most stop overs in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia are at no extra cost.
Brussels Airlines, another member from the Lufthansa Group, is likewise presenting its form of a stopover program that offers its travelers the chance to visit two Belgian cities when flying via Brussels Airport to Africa, Europe, the US, Israel, Canada or India.
Inside the program, Belgium Stop Over, explorers can browse an assortment of Belgian cities, including Brussels or Durbuy (Europe’s smallest city), for a stay of one to five days.
The entirety of the cities offered are found within an hour’s movement from one another,making Belgium a perfect place for a short exploration stay.
Because of partnerships with Visit Flanders, Visit Brussels and Wallonie Belgique Tourisme, as well as 14 Belgian citiess, voyagers will have the option to appreciate free access to attractions and historical centers during their stopover.