Daily cleaning, installation of cabin HEPA filters on flights from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Dresden
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There are no direct flights for this route listed on KAYAK, the shortest multi-flight duration is 16h 05m.
In the past 3 days, the cheapest round-trip tickets were found on Lufthansa ($2,881)
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Scores according to KAYAK customer reviews
Pros: "Seats were good."
Cons: "Frankfurt airport was bad. Too hot and poor organization. There was no place to sit and we were not allowed to go to the gate where sitting place was available."
Pros: "Great staff and food"
Pros: "Service on the DFW-->FRA leg was phenomenal (ratio of attendants to fliers). Food was delicious and seats very comfortable."
Cons: "Boarding process and organization could have been a bit better in communicating access and groups. Not super critical, but the goal in in process is to be as efficient as possible."
Pros: "Lufthansa is a friendly airline but was unable to help with our problem because I had booked through Kayak."
Cons: "When I presented my passport at the counter to receive my boarding pass, I was told my passport needed to be over 3 months before expiration. It expires January 14, 2019. It is not written on the passport, nor mentioned during booking. I’ve been to Latvia four times previously and never heard this requirement. I cancelled the flight with Lufthansa who said I must call Kayak who gave me another number to call and that number then sent an email that said there was a $350 rebooking fee for each ticket, IF they decided I was eligible for rebooking. Yes, we got a great rate, but looks like wasted $ now. I will book directly with the airline in the future to ensure the ability to rebook."
Cons: "Great plane & serive & big bathrooms"
Cons: "I get Emergency to be sick and be in hospital and the request company for exchange my fly back from Slovakia back to my country USA and they declined my refund or exchange tickets even if I have doctors statement being in the hospital they’re rude and mean and decline make any changes for me"
Pros: "Excellent crew"
Cons: "So there was a 2 hours delay in Dallas which resulted in 11 hours delay in Frankfurt .. this trip was horrible how did they dare do that to the passengers.. they should have gotten us a place to rest but we were left on the chairs in the airport.. will never fly Lufthansa anymore"
Pros: "We left DFW in extremely hot weather. The ground crew managed the boarding to keep everyone out of the hot tunnel entry as long as possible. Even through there was a delay in boarding already, the crew kept us well informed. The cabin crew was very pleasant and accommodating. Smooth flight and still made it to our connecting flight on time."
Cons: "Leg room in coach is really cramped but that is all airlines unfortunately."
Pros: "We upgraded to economy premium which was fantastic. With the exception of seats that lie down all the way, you feel like you are in business class."
Pros: "The flight crew was amazing and the overall experience was great."
Pros: "Not much."
Cons: "comfort was awful. seats in the cattle section are awfully uncomfortable and space is at premium. food was bad. the cleanliness of the bathrooms leaves a lot to the desire. the Frankfurt airport is just plain awful. overall, I would not recommend Lufthansa, it was just that I did not have a choice."
Pros: "Everything. Lufthansa is still the best."
Cons: "40min delay due to airport staffing issues (as we were told)"
Pros: "Exit row, very nice to have a little extra legroom. Baggage checked through from LAX to Dresden was sooo convenient."
Cons: "Bus from terminal to aircraft is not optimal."
Pros: "Boarding was late. Pilot said he would makeup the time, but he didn’t. Many passengers were late for their connecting flights.The Airbus was smooth and relatively quiet. Not much room for a 6 foot male. Crew was excellent. The food was just okay. Had to take a shuttle to and from the terminal in Frankfort, which added to the delays. Late boarding from Frankfurt to Stuttgart. Had to wait for the shuttle. Flight was fine."
Pros: "Very nice staff. Excellent entertainment options and food!"
Cons: "Arm room was a bit cramped."
Cons: "Seats were ridiculously small, and I’m not tall."
Pros: "Good movie selection"
Cons: "Not enough room for food tray to come down. Food was horrible."
Pros: "The only good part of this flight was that even after the two hours delay of my first flight I managed to catch the second flight since it was delayed too."
Cons: "Make sure you put all the liquids like (small perfumes, mouth wash and medicine bottles) in a plastic bag before you go in for your security check at Frankfurt airport. Frankfurt airport is confusing Flight crew was super rude and disgusted Food is bad"
Pros: "Water and juice served all the time"
Pros: "The staff was friendly, the seats were comfortable, and the price was perfect."
Cons: "The breakfast was terrible and the dinner was barely better."
Pros: "Very helpful crew, great service. Will fly again."
Cons: "Almost missed connecting flight had to run hard to make it. Airline did nothing to assure us that we will make it to next flight. Was very stressful, can do better."
Pros: "I complain about the wheel chair in Frankfurt airport no have any and my mother she's 65 years cancan't speak English . She got help after 30 minutes. Really I am frustrated about lufthansa"
Cons: "I complain about the wheel chair in Frankfurt airport no have any and my mother she's 65 years cancan't speak English . She got help after 30 minutes. Really I am frustrated about lufthansa"
Pros: "Very helpful people!"
Pros: "The wellcoming on board."
Cons: "The Long bus drive from the Airport building to the aitcraft."
Pros: "Relaxing environment in business class"
Cons: "Food in business class can be better"
Pros: "Food was good. We were served well and often"
Cons: "Bumpy ride. Design of aircraft had all the restrooms clustered in the same spot leading to long queues forming. Headsets were of poor quality, couldn't hear the movie dialogue well at all."
Cons: "Flight cancelled. Stuck in airport for 24 hrd"
Pros: "The planes are comfortable, the crew are always nice and polite and have smiles on there faces."
Cons: "The entertainment systemis was sub par."
Pros: "This was my first time to fly Lufthansa, and I was very impressed! Great service, staff, meals, experience."
Cons: "I prefer boarding at the terminal; we had to take a shuttle to the plane a ways out in the lot, but it wasn't a big deal."
Pros: "Announcements made about delay"
Pros: "The food, the staff, the plane"
Cons: "Unfortunately my movie screen wouldnt work which bummed me out for the long flight ☹"
Cons: "The leg room was awful. I felt like a packed sardine."
Cons: "Lufthansa cancelled the flight with no reason That is right, they took the fare and cancelled the flight Passenger has no rights with this airline Stay away from Lufthansa"
Pros: "Boarding, food, efficiency of crew."
Cons: "Entertainment system was non-functional."
Pros: "The customer service from the crew. The airplane, entertainment unit and options."
Cons: "Low quality food."
Cons: "Chairs are not comfortable at all so small for a long trip"
Cons: "Small plain and food was very bad"
Pros: "The on time check in and take off. The cleanliness in sight and smell of the aircraft . The friendly cabin crew. In overall, it was a pleasant experience."
Cons: "The ambience of the aircraft and the pleasant cabin crew. They treated you with absolute courtesy and were always at your service."
Pros: "Smooth and safe"
Cons: "Landed or parked in the maintenance section of the field; therefore we had to take a shuttle bus to a building where we board lite rail to our terminals. It was a distance away; I didn't like that at all. Expecially since we arrived late due to bad weather at Dallas metro."
Pros: "Nice courageous service"
Cons: "I didn't find any dislike"
Pros: "The flight was on time. The boarding went smoothly."
Cons: "Armrest was broken on 1st flight making it difficult to get the tray table out."
Pros: "The only Lufthansa leg of the journey."
Pros: "Good Flight. Left a little late but arrived a little early. Was surprised to get a cookie and free coffee, tea or water. Have come to expect to pay for even this little bit of refreshment - nice surprise!"
Cons: "Frankfurt Airport - Awfully long walk. We took a bus between the airplane and the airport when arriving and departing from FRA, with a long walk between drop-off and boarding spots. I had to wonder if the walk across the tarmac between the 2 airplanes would have been shorter than the walk in the airport?"
Pros: "Multiple entertainment choices. Food in Economy was better than expected and hot food was served at a good temperature."
Cons: "Tight leg room in Economy and the seat was a little hard."
Cons: "After the first flight delay, Lufthansa changed my flight without my consent to where I needed a visa!! So the police stopped me and charged $ braking the law!!! they held me in custody then 2 police escorted me to the airplane as if I was a criminal"
Pros: "Staff was amazing - so incredibly friendly and went the extra mile in every way they could."
Airlines flying from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Dresden have enacted additional safety measures and adjusted policies to better accommodate travelers. Policies vary by airline.
Daily cleaning, installation of cabin HEPA filters on flights from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Dresden
Masks required on board, masks provided on flights from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Dresden
Social distancing seating
Middle seats unavailable to book on flights from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Dresden
Testing for antibodies, testing for symptoms for flights from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Dresden
Waiving of change fees. Search flexible flights from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Dresden