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Denver International Airport regains nonstop service to Europe

Christian Fernsby ▼ | October 23, 2020
Beginning October 25, Denver International Airport (DEN) will once again be connected nonstop with Europe, as service from Munich, Germany resumes on Lufthansa.
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An additional nonstop option to Europe will be available for travelers when United resumes flights between Denver and Frankfurt in early November. The last flight between Denver and Europe operated on March 16.

Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, Lufthansa operated two daily flights from Denver to Germany one to Munich, and one to Frankfurt. The carrier’s return to Denver will begin with three weekly flights to Munich on an Airbus A350-900 aircraft, with a plan to add more frequency as demand conditions improve.

United will resume flights between Denver and Frankfurt on Nov. 2. Service will operate three days per week on Boeing 787-9 aircraft.

International service from DEN stopped in April 2020, due to coronavirus related travel restrictions. Since June, DEN has provided service to destinations in Mexico and Canada on both U.S. and international flag carriers. Restrictions remain in place for travel between the U.S. and Germany.


 

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