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Lufthansa Group fare classification

Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:59 am

I have a question, LH has branded fares named Light, Classic and Flex.
But the name of a fare, aside from CLS, LGT, FLX also has other information in it.

For example: K37LGT5A - we can see that this is a light fare, K booking class, but what does 37 and 5A mean?

In addition, I think branded fares are for European destinations. For US for example the fare KLNCZDEW, does not represent LGT, CLS, FLX.

So my question is, how does LH name its fares? What's the logic behind the names?

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