Posted on: 15 January 2016 by Ross McSweeny
Responding to the fact most passengers travel with at least one electronic device, from 21 January 2016 Lufthansa will offer them a wider range of German-language and international newspapers and magazines using digital platform eJournals.
Passengers can access Lufthansa’s eJournal content within three days of their departure after using their name and their reservation code or ticket number to log into lh.com/eJournals. They will have the choice of downloading two eJournals onto their mobile device, with further content obtainable subject to an additional fee.
From March, Lufthansa plans to offer its guests a different amount of eJournal downloads depending on their class of travel and their frequent flyer status. The PDF eJournal downloads can also be read by passengers after the flight if the customer chooses.
Lufthansa will continue to offer print newspapers and magazines in its lounges, in First and Business Class on board and at Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Frankfurt and Munich airports.