Luis777
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LTU Flights To Cancun México, Help

Tue Aug 31, 2004 7:25 am

Hello, I noticed that LTU flies frequently to Cancun México, I saw on their page that they fly from Dusseldorf, Berlin and Munich to the Mexican resort once a week, I just want to know if those flights are on a regular basis all year long, also I'd like to know if they only fly the A330-200, A330-300 or both to CUN.

All the info you could give me will be apreciated  Smile

Regards

LG
 
EddieDude
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RE: LTU Flights To Cancun México, Help

Tue Aug 31, 2004 7:42 am

Luis, I believe that their service is all-year long. LTU is a German leisure carrier with its base in Düsseldorf. Try checking their site: ; it is in German, English and Spanish. In addition, someone once told me that there used to be an LTU office in Mexico City in Insurgentes Sur across the street from Galerías Insurgentes... I never checked that out so I can't tell you if this place still exists.

By the way, welcome to a.net. I really look forward to reading your posts. I am certain that you will enjoy the forums as much as I have since I joined.
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L410Turbolet
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RE: LTU Flights To Cancun México, Help

Tue Aug 31, 2004 8:28 am

This is the web, EddieDude meant to post I guess: http://www.ltu.de/index.html?SiteID=0&LangID=2

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EddieDude
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RE: LTU Flights To Cancun México, Help

Tue Aug 31, 2004 9:54 am

Thanks L410Turbolet, I did something weird with the < and > things.
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Luis777
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RE: LTU Flights To Cancun México, Help

Wed Sep 01, 2004 7:07 am

Hi, than you EddieDude for the info, yes I searched on their page about those flights to Cancun, they use to fly on weekends, does anybody know about the loads of passengers, if they transport cargo, etc? I remember that Condor used to fly to Cancun and they had regular flights as well (if I remember very well), but since they turned to Thomas Cook I lost the track.

And what about Lauda Italy (or Livingstone, whatever) are they flying regularly to Cancun or any other resort on México?

Regards

LG
 
EddieDude
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RE: LTU Flights To Cancun México, Help

Wed Sep 01, 2004 11:33 am

I think Condor still flies to CUN. It is really confusing after the name changes and all, but at least in March a German friend who came to Mexico City told me that this airline (whatever it was called at the time) was flying to CUN.

Don't know anything about LTU's cargo activities or about Lauda Italy in CUN.
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