Cheap Business and First class from Chicago to Frankfurt
For most people, the best part about flying first class is the little touches of personal attention that make the experience akin to that one might find at a luxury hotel.
Advantages of Flying First Class
From the moment you step up to the counter at check-in to the exclusive and opulent waiting lounge away from the hectic noise and traffic of the terminal, you will be in a cocoon of personalized attention where staff know your name and attend to your needs enthusiastically and efficiently.
The experience then continues into the air, where cabin staff will attend to your every need and try to anticipate them in advance. Around you, opulent décor and superior food and drink will lull you into feeling like you are at a resort, not inside a plane cabin.
There are two airlines that will give you this experience if you want to fly direct from Chicago to Frankfurt - Lufthansa and United. Each airline operates two flights on this sector every single day of the week, meaning that you will be spoiled for choice - the perfect option for your schedule awaits.
Both airlines offer first class and business class seating on this route and the journey is between 8 hours 15 minutes and 8 hours 35 minutes long. Lufthansa uses the Boeing 747-8 quad-jet for its flights while United employs the twin-jet Boeing 777-200. Both these planes operate at an altitude of between 10,680 m and 11,280 m and cruise at an airspeed of over 600 mph (965 kph).
Lie-flat seats are the standard in both first class and business class while all passengers also have access to in-flight Wi-Fi and in-seat and USB power. Besides the regular entertainment options, on-demand video will keep you entertained when you are awake and a noise-cancelling cabin design will help you drift off when it is time to rest.
United and Lufthansa both take off from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and land at Frankfurt Airport (FRA).
Airports in Frankfurt
The city of Frankfurt is served by one international airport, Frankfurt Airport, and all the flights from Chicago land here. Frankfurt Airport is the busiest airport in Germany by a considerable margin and the fourth busiest airport by passenger traffic numbers in Europe.
Over 100 airlines land and take off from here, connecting it to 275 cities in 111 countries through over a thousand flights every day.
The regional rail system connects the airport to Frankfurt Central Station in about 10-12 minutes. Germany’s long-distance rail network can be accessed via a pedestrian footbridge from the facility; it connects Frankfurt to central rail stations in virtually all major German cities.
The Autobahn is just outside and is accessible via private cars, taxis and buses.
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