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Renaissance, future, tradition ... so many illustrations tell the story of Luxair' on its new special livery. Drawn by the Luxembourgish artist Marco Weiten, this mix of colors represents the indisputable Luxembourgish symbol Roude Léiw which rises from its ashes like a phoenix, to celebrate the 60 years of Luxair.
Over the past months, Luxair has reiterated its commitment to decarbonisation and its support for the promise of "carbon neutrality by 2050". Today, the airline is officially introducing a new scheme to start achieving this goal.
From Monday, 16 May 2022 and in accordance with the new recommendations of the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency), wearing a mask will no longer be compulsory on board Luxair flights to Luxembourg. This new measure also applies to flights to destinations that allow the wearing of a mask to be lifted.
Luxair and the ERA (European Regions Airline Association) as a trade association, reaffirm their support for the promise of “Net-Zero carbon emissions by 2050” and for the request for the easing of restrictions linked to Covid-19, submitted by IATA in October 2021.
Luxair responds to the demand of its customers with an injection of flexibility and premium options into its standard fare structure and offers a more intuitive segmentation between each fare... passengers will have an even greater choice with the grid of 4 Luxair fare categories to choose the product that suits them best.
A total escape and white sand beaches in Sylt, discovery of the world through Expo Dubai 2020… Luxair and LuxairTours respond to the requests of their passengers and roll out a range of new products specially inspired for their customers.
While more and more European countries are easing health restrictions for children entering their territory, the health authorities in Luxembourg with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs maintain, at least until 15 July, the obligation to test all children returning to Luxembourg only by air, from the age of 6. Faced with this situation, the ULAV (Union Luxembourgeoise des Agences de Voyages) and Luxair are launching a joint appeal to think more about minor children accompanying their fully vaccinated parents.
In reference to the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 25 November 2020, Luxair joins the movement initiated by the United Nations World Organization and dresses its identity up in orange. The objective? #OrangeTheWorld.
Luxair is joining forces with the formidable Luxembourgish artist Sumo to celebrate the art of travel.
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