Lufthansa Group connects the Indian metropolis of Bengaluru (Bangalore) with Munich, capital of Bavaria. Alongside Delhi and Mumbai, Bengaluru is the third Indian city with a direct connection for travelers via Germany’s only 5 Star hub Munich.
Bengaluru Direct connection to India’s “Garden City” from Munich
With a population of 12+ million, Bengaluru is India’s third-largest city, a center of the aerospace industry, as well as an important IT hub. Due to its many parks, Bengaluru, located to the southwest of the subcontinent, is also often known as India’s « Garden City ».
India in Focus
With a legacy in India that spans more than 90 years, Lufthansa Group currently operates 50+ weekly frequencies between India and Europe. The Indian aviation market is currently the 3rd largest globally and India has also recorded the highest GDP growth rate in APAC over the past 12 months. This Munich-Bangalore service represents Lufthansa’s strong commitment to the Indian market as Lufthansa Group’s capacity to India exceeds pre-COVID levels.
With a thrice-weekly frequency departing at 11:55am MUC time, guests of Lufthansa will enjoy their experience on one of the most modern and fuel-efficient long-haul aircraft, the Airbus A350-900. As with all services to India, local cuisine and catering will be offered to passengers onboard their direct service from Munich to India’s “Garden City”.
Before departure, the new MUC-BLR connection was celebrated with a ribbon cutting.
Bengaluru: Where Tradition Meets Innovation – Exploring the Garden City’s Top Attractions
Bengaluru, often referred to as the Silicon Valley of India, is a vibrant and dynamic city that seamlessly blends its rich cultural heritage with modernity. One of the must-visit places in this bustling metropolis is the Bangalore Palace, a magnificent Tudor-style architecture that echoes the grandeur of the city’s royal past. For nature enthusiasts, the serene Lalbagh Botanical Garden offers a peaceful retreat amidst the urban hustle, featuring a stunning variety of flora and fauna. Cubbon Park, located in the heart of the city, is another green oasis where visitors can unwind and enjoy a leisurely stroll.
To experience the city’s thriving art and music scene, a visit to National Gallery of Modern Art is a must, housing an impressive collection of contemporary Indian art. Lastly, for those interested in history and technology, the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum provides a fascinating insight into India’s scientific advancements. These diverse attractions showcase the essence of Bengaluru, making it a city that captures the hearts of travelers from all walks of life.