Luxair was founded in 1948 and officially started operating in 1962 with a Fokker 27 from Luxembourg to Paris. Over decades of maintaining regional all-jet services, in October 2008, Luxair decided to expand their services by buying their first Boeing 737-800. 13% of the stake was sold to Lufthansa in July 2015.
The flag carrier of Luxembourg has a fleet size of 18 aircraft consisting of 7 Boeing 737, 7 De Havilland Canada DHC-8 Dash 8, and 4 Embraer ERJ-145. The main base at Luxembourg Findel Airport caters 64 destinations internationally. The CEO of Luxair since 2005, Adrien Ney, is a 58-year-old native of Luxembourg who has a very precocious attraction for the banking trade and high ambitions.
The luxurious Luxair had been receiving simultaneous awards. The most recent award they had received was the Pro Sky Aviation Excellence Awards 2014.
Flying with Luxair
Luxair offers two cabin classes: Economy and Business Class. Both classes are known for their crew’s hospitality. Passengers flying with Economy Class are served with complimentary meals and beverages while in Business Class, passengers enjoy famous European dishes and a wide selection of wine, juices hot or cold, and soft drinks. To keep their customers entertained, inflight magazines and newspapers are offered. Personal electronic devices are also allowed to be used on board.
Official Website and Mobile App
The interface of the airline is pleasing to the eyes with its light colors of blue and white. However, using the website is complicated for it’s not user-friendly and the words are too small to understand. What caught my attention is the flashing image of funny faces at the middle of the page which promotes Luxair’s latest promos, offers, and deals.
The features of the website are similar to the mobile app, wherein travelers can book flights, hotel reservations, and car rentals. They can also check-in online, check flight status, manage their booking. Customers can also see the information about Luxair’s policies, services, and frequent flyer Miles & More.
Luxair Reviews of Travellers
Based on some Luxair reviews, the airline gathered a total score of 7 out of 10 on Skytrax according to customers’ feedback. The above-average rating proves that the airline is one of the most generous in providing and maintaining good quality of service. Passengers are really satisfied with the inflight services of Luxair that they even prefer them over other European airlines.
The most recent review was on the 17th of September 2016; the reviewer said, “Definitely old school but in an excellent way. Even in economy you got offered a choice of a cheese salad or salami sandwich and champagne/drinks. Service was excellent from check in through on board service.” To see more of these Luxair reviews, click here.
How To Reach Them?
- Website URL: http://www.luxair.lu
- Contact Number: +352 24 56 1
- Contact Email: email@example.com
- Fax Number: +352 24 56 40 39
- Head Office Address: Aeroport de Luxembourg, L-2987 Lu, Luxembourg
Obviously, I would love to try flying with Luxair after reading some Luxair reviews. The airline’s attitude of giving not the best but enough was their asset which made them popular in their own ways. I could foresee that Luxair might soon be one of the top airlines in time.
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