Lufthansa is to expand its inflight entertainment options with a new e-journal download service at the end of January. The new offering allows passengers to access and download from a digital library direct to their phones, tablets and readers. The eJournal service enables passengers to log on to a dedicated website using their name and reservation code prior to departure, and then download up to two e-publications into their device free of charge. The service has been available in first ...

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