Germany: Cheap Lufthansa Oneways from European Airports Starting at €18 (Cabin Bags Only)

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A number or online travel agencies (OTAs) are currently discounting Lufthansa oneway tickets from numerous European cities to the German carrier’s hubs in Frankfurt and Munich. In these prices, a cabin is included, which makes it more attractive compared to low-cost carriers. Flight dates are available in both 2021 and 2022.

A legacy carrier at low cost prices.

To make it easier for you to compare prices, we also quoted the price that you’d pay on for the same ticket:

To Frankfurt:

  • Oslo – Frankfurt for €25 (instead of €53 on
  • Mallorca – Frankfurt for €26 (instead of €56)
  • Madrid – Frankfurt for €27 (instead of €54)
  • Porto – Frankfurt for €29 (instead of €59)
  • Faro – Frankfurt for €33 (instead of €64)
  • Paris (CDG) – Frankfurt for €36 (instead of €63)
  • Krakow – Frankfurt for €38 (instead of €72)
  • and more…

To Munich:

  • Oslo – Munich for €18 (instead of €43 on
  • Madrid – Munich for €27 (instead of €54)
  • Barcelona – Munich for €34 (instead of €63)
  • Mallorca – Munich for €34 (instead of €66)
  • Porto – Munich for €41 (instead of €74)
  • and more…

Search & Book

In addition to the destinations above, you can find plenty of other cheap one ways to Germany, so it might pay off to fool around in our flight search. We have been able to find discounted tickets for flight dates as late as June 2022.

Another good indicator of when flights are cheapest is Google Flights. We recommend using the dates you retrieve there in our flight search or on portals like Skyscanner to see the cheap offers by OTAs. Even fast and more convenient is using our Go2-Tool:

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Comments (5)

  1. Berliner in LIS says:

    still available? dont find the fares from OPO to FRA.

  2. Derek says:

    What’s the booking class?

  3. Stefan says:

    worth mentioning the “cheap” agencies, as well as low-cost airlines
    – have no call center or it’s useless
    – 0% chances of refunds, regardless of their statement
    – 0% chances of rebooking, if flight canceled etc.

    Lufthansa on the other hand has always refunded everything and rebooking works (at least to me).

    But, for 18€ flights – that it is worth taking the risk.

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