Munich-Stockholm in business class on Lufthansa: a good and uneventful flight

Just arrived from Paris I have to hurry because I have only 20 minutes before the boarding of my connection to Stockholm, starting point of a much longer trip this time to Australia.

Trip routing:

The list of posts about this trip is available at the bottom of the page.


The flight from Paris disembarked by bus and I hope that I won’t be late for this short connection, especially since I’m not walking very well and slowly at this time due to a health problem. Of course I won’t have time to go to the lounge.

Munich, however, is a smooth and pleasant airport for connections.

So I go through the duty free area starting with a very local store.


There are really more unpleasant airports for a connection.

I arrive at the gate at the exact time of boarding to learn that we will finally board with a little delay.


After about ten minutes the boarding begins.


The business and star alliance gold passes board first, it is very well organized, fluid and priorities are perfectly respected.

It is thus without particular anecdote that I enter the cabin.

Cabin and settling in on board.

Is it still necessary to present the Lufthansa cabin and its NEK seats?


The look is premium, but they are nearing the end of their life and are gradually being replaced by more comfortable and beautiful seats.

There will be 4 business rows and unlike my first flight of the day where I was alone, the cabin will be full.


The boarding drags because some passengers and luggage are missing. I take the opportunity to buy online my Arlanda Express ticket to reach the center of Stockholm once arrived.


The weather is no better than in Paris.


We finish the boarding with 10 minutes of delay and we will push back 10 minutes later.

The flight and the service

We join quickly the runway and I take advantage of it to share you the video of the takeoff.

Once passed the cloudy layer we see again with pleasure a beautiful blue sky.


The service starts 30 minutes later. The trays come out of the galley and are brought to us without a trolley, it’s a nicer service.


A little negligence: they could have at least removed the lids before the service, like on the flight from Paris, it looks more professional.

It’s nicer this way.


And as always with Lufthansa the famous square tray that does not fit on a rectangular shelf!

Hot breads and croissants and a well-warmed croissant that doesn’t look like chewing gum.

The cold cuts and cheese will be good.

The cottage cheese will be light and I will add the contents of the jam jar to improve it.

The rest of the flight was uneventful with some turbulence when we reached the Swedish coast.


Landing and arrival

As we start the descent I realize that ironically the weather is much clearer in Sweden than in Paris or Frankfurt this morning.


Uneventful landing in Arlanda.

At the time of the disembarkation I notice something already observed at the time of my last passage in Stockholm: the passengers of the front half of the plane disembark by the footbridge and those of the back by a staircase by going by the outside. Faster but less fun when it rains.

I say goodbye to my bird of the day.


I walk through the terminal and its stores which were not all reopened at the time of my last visit because of the COVID. It’s nice to see terminals that live “as before”.


I won’t wait long before the conveyor belt goes into action and dumps the first suitcases. It’s a change compared to Roissy.


On the other hand, their conveyor belt is quite strange: all in length but with inaccessible luggage on half of its length! Strange.

My suitcase will arrive in the first ones and I go to the station to take the Arlanda Express.


Arlanda is very far from Stockholm but this very comfortable train that runs at 200 km/h takes us to the city center in 20 minutes. The whole thing makes a great impression and this car even comes with stools and shelves to work on!


Every time I take the Arlanda Express I think about how the RER B service to Roissy is unworthy both of Roissy and of the city that receives the most visitors in the world. Waiting for the CDG Express in 2027?

Bottom line

An uneventful flight.

The articles telling the complete story of the trip:

1Intro and genesis of the itineraryVacations in Australia: first steps in the “Land Down Under
2HotelCourtyard Paris Charles de Gaulle Central
3FlightParis-Munich – Lufthansa – Business Class
4FlightMunich-Stockholm – Lufthansa – Business Class
5HotelSheraton Stockholm
6LoungeSAS Gold Lounge – Stockholm Arlanda
7LoungeAmerican Express Lounge by Pontus – Stockholm Arlanda
8FlightStockholm-Bangkok – Thai – Business Class
9LoungeThai Royal Silk Lounge – Bangkok Terminal E
10FlightBangkok-Sydney – Thai – Business Class
11HotelSheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park
12LoungeRex lounge – Sydney Terminal 2
13FlightSydney-Brisbane – Virgin Australia – Economy
14HotelW Brisbane
15RestaurantElska – Brisbane
16RestaurantSouthside – Brisbane
17RestaurantSpice Central Kitchen & Bar – Brisbane
18Travel diaryBrisbane jour #1 : the heart of the city
19Travel diaryBrisbane day #2: museums and lazing by the river
20LoungeVirgin Australia Domestic Lounge – Brisbane
21FlightBrisbane-Sydney – Virgin Australia – Economy
22HotelSydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay
23RestaurantNour – Sydney
24RestaurantMekong – Sydney
25Travel diarySydney day #1: the opera house and its surroundings
26Travel diarySydney day #2: around Hyde Park and the city center
27Travel diarySydney day #3: culture and entertainment around the harbor
28LoungeSalon Air New Zealand – Sydney
29LoungeSalon Silverkris Singapore Airlines – Sydney
30LoungeAmerican Express Lounge – Sydney
31FlightSydney-Bangkok – Thai – Business Class
32LoungeThai Royal Silk Lounge – Bangkok Terminal E
33LoungeOman Air lounge – Bangkok Terminal E
34LoungeEva Air lounge – Bangkok Terminal F
35LoungeMiracle business lounge – Bangkok Terminal F
36LoungeTurkish Airlines lounge – Bangkok Terminal D
37LoungeSingapore Airlines silverkris lounge – Terminal D
38FlightBangkok-Stockholm – Thai – Business Class
39LoungeNorrsken Lounge – Stockholm
40FlightStockholm-Zurich – Swiss – Business Class
41FlightZurich-Paris – Swiss – Business Class
42Travel diaryLessons learned from this trip to Australia

Munich Stockholm en business class sur Lufthansa

Cabine : siège
Cabine : propreté
Divertissement en vol
Nourriture : goût
Nourriture : recherche
Nourriture : présentation
Nourriture : choix
Personnel :Service
Personnel : disponibilité, amabilité
Lounges / service et expérience au sol
Rapport Expérience/prix

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Bertrand Duperrin
Bertrand Duperrin
Compulsive traveler, present in the French #avgeek community since the late 2000s and passionate about (long) travel since his youth, Bertrand Duperrin co-founded Travel Guys with Olivier Delestre in March 2015.

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