Lufthansa wants to offer more flights from June onwards, according to the latest announcements from the German airline.
The company will be flying to around 20 destinations from Frankfurt in the second half of June, including Heraklion (Crete), Rhodes, Dubrovnik, Faro, Venice, Ibiza and Malaga, a spokesman confirmed on Sunday.
Lufthansa will also be flying more frequently to Mallorca from mid-June after news that the Spanish government will reopen the borders to foreign tourists in July.
Meanwhile, negotiations between the company and the German government over state aid worth billions are continuing on Sunday. Lufthansa, like many airlines, is under heavy financial pressure due to the health crisis.