Lufthansa Airlines launches non-stop flights from St. Louis to Europe
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - Wednesday, Lufthansa will start international flights from St. Louis to Frankfurt, Germany.
It will mark the first time in two decades that St. Louis travelers will be able to catch a non-stop transatlantic flight from St. Louis Lambert International Airport. The first three flights from St. Louis to Frankfurt are already sold out. All summer flights are at 89 percent capacity.
The Gateway to the West is currently the largest American market without non-stop service to Europe. The last non-stop flight was on TWA to Paris in September 2001. American Airlines ended non-stop service to London Gatwick Airport in October 2003.
Recently, WOW Airlines offered travelers flights to Iceland.
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