Lufthansa passengers can soon use COVID vaccination certificates at check-in.
Passengers will be able to prove they have been vaccinated by showing their vaccination certificates at check-in either on their smartphone or on paper. Once the certificate is checked, the boarding pass is issued.
Also, on selected routes, passengers will soon be able scan QR vaccination certificates with the Lufthansa app or to load them digitally into the app. The app recognizes the QR code and uses this information to create the boarding pass.
Passengers can also have their documents checked by a Lufthansa Service Center on selected flights up to 72 hours before departure.
Lufthansa recommends that passengers continue to carry the original printed certificates with them on the trip, in addition to the digital proof, until further notice.
Which documents must be carried and where Covid-19 tests can also be made for the return journey can be found at lufthansa.travel-regulations.com.
More than a quarter of the German population has now been vaccinated twice against Covid-19. Pharmacies, doctors and vaccination centers are now issuing QR codes for vaccinated people.
Increased passenger numbers from Germany to Mallorca
Because of a big increase in bookings for flights from Germany to Mallorca, Lufthansa will be operating a Boeing 747-8 from Frankfurt to Palma de Mallorca four Saturdays in a row in July. The airlines is also flying an A350 between Munich and Mallorca.
Lufthansa normally uses an A321 on these routes.
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