Love of an Airlines: Lufthansa
The trip was going to be arduous at any time; however, in
these times of heightened security, flight delays, weird weather and cut
backs in quality up and down the line, we knew we had to be smart in our
choice of an airlines. After all we were flying New York City to
Frankfort to Istanbul and returning Paris to New York City. As seasoned
and sometimes disappointed travelers we knew a lot of discomfort and
angst could be part of our flying experience.
why we chose Lufthansa. We had flown this superior German airlines
before and were quite satisfied. This time around was more of the same -
-quality control, punctuality, efficiency, courteous staff up and down
We flew Business Class, what a pleasure. From the
executive lounges in the airports, to the ample space on the plane, the
highly comfortable seats that reclined into comfy beds, the flight
attendants who were always available and concerned about our being –
this was the way flying was meant to be.
On all the legs of our journey
announcements from the flight deck were unobtrusive but informative.
Food was served on real dishes with real cutlery. And although airlines
food is generally something to complain about, we had no complaints
about what we were served.
It seems to us that with the economic downturn, the
new normalcy is characterized in all sectors by niggardliness, a lack of
attention to details, and sloppiness.
Fortunately, this is not the case on Lufthansa. It
remains an over-the-top, premier airlines, and one that is so easy to
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About the Authors: Myrna Katz Frommer and Harvey Frommer are a wife and husband
team who successfully bridge the worlds of popular culture and traditional
scholarship. Co-authors of the critically acclaimed interactive oral histories
It Happened in the Catskills, It Happened in Brooklyn, Growing Up Jewish in
America, It Happened on Broadway, It Happened in Manhattan, It Happened in
Miami. They teach what they practice as professors at Dartmouth College.
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