The Lufthansa Group will begin serving Anchorage this summer.
The European airline conglomerate will fly from Frankfurt to Alaska's most populous city three times weekly under its new long-haul leisure travel brand, Eurowings Discover.
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The company hasn't announced a launch date yet.
Lufthansa Group has provided scant information about Eurowings Discover. A company spokeswoman didn't respond to emails seeking additional information on Wednesday and Thursday.
The brand appears to be filling in for the similarly named Eurowings, which was the low-cost unit the Lufthansa Group used on some U.S. leisure routes prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Punta Cana, D.R.; Mombasa, Kenya; and Zanzibar; Tanzania are other new leisure destinations Lufthansa says it will fly to with Eurowings Discover.
Lufthansa Group also announced that Swiss, another of its brands, will resume service from Zurich to Miami on March 28. In early May, Swiss will also resume flights from Zurich to Boston and Los Angeles.
Also in May, the Lufhtansa Group's Austrian Airlines will resume flights from Vienna to New York JFK.