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Drive a Porsche for 3 hours on your Lufthansa First Class Transit

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Drive a Porsche for 3 hours on your Lufthansa First Class Transit

Yes, you read that right! Lufthansa has great ground services, but they don’t stop there. They will not only drive you around on the tarmac in a Porsche, but they will hook up a rental while you transit. And not only will they rent you one while you layover, but they will give you routes to give that Porsche a real workout.  Now, I’m not really one that would ever think of a work out while transiting, but THIS KINDA WORKOUT is one I would do in a heartbeat. Here’s the deal on how to drive a Porsche for 3 hours on your Lufthansa First Class Transit.

Lufthansa calls it Porsche – First Class Excitement

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If you’re an Hon Circle Member or First Class customer, Lufthansa will hook up a Porsche Experience in a 911 or a Panamera with Avis.

There are two ways to do this.

  1. 3 hour rental including 150km, fuel and insurance for only €99.10
  2. 24-hour rental including 200km and insurance for only €303.77

 drive a Porsche for 3 hours on your Lufthansa First Class Transit.

Personally…I’d love to do the 3 hour rental. This makes me want to book a 6 hour layover. Grab some food in the lounge, jet around in a Porsche, come back and have some lunch, shower, and then hop on a flight back home while sipping Champagne and eating caviar. I mean…that is a vacation right there!

Click there if you’re interested in booking drive a Porsche for 3 hours on your Lufthansa First Class Transit.

Don’t know where you’re going? Lufthansa will give you routes. HOW DOPE IS THAT?! They have several.

This is one option.

 drive a Porsche for 3 hours on your Lufthansa First Class Transit.

Would I do this? 110%

The next time I fly Lufthansa First Class I am going to figure out a way to do this. I LOVED my experience on Lufthansa First Class, but had I been able to spend my layover jetting around the German countryside in a 911?????? Jeez…die a happy monkey is an understatement.

*all images courtesy of Lufthansa.com

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2 Comments

  • Daniel November 28, 2016

    Just did this a couple months ago. Awesome experience. Didn’t realize insurance was covered so I purchased it separately – rats! Good to know for next time!

    • Miles November 28, 2016

      Daniel – thanks for reading and i’m jealous! wanna do this!!!

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