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We’re bringing the spirit of Oktoberfest on board with special food and drinks on flights between Germany and Dubai. As the world’s largest folk festival kicks off in Munich, you can join in our version of the Wiesn from 21 September to 6 October.

Oktoberfest in our A380 Onboard Lounge

Celebrate Oktoberfest the German way in the A380 Onboard Lounge on flights between Germany and Dubai. For something sweet and spicy, grab one of our Oktoberfest gingerbread hearts. Bite into soft pretzels, Kaiser rolls, a selection of German cold cuts and pastries.

Taste a celebratory feast in the skies

Have your choice between pan-fried chicken nuremberger and leberkaese, served with mashed potatoes, krautsalad and mustard in First Class and Business Class. And if you’re flying in Economy Class you can enjoy traditional meals from meat loaf with sour cabbage and mashed potatoes to beef with caraway sauce and knöpfle.

Oktoberfest in our airport lounges

Enjoy authentic Oktoberfest celebrations across all our lounges in Germany. Choose from sumptuous veal meatloaf, obazda, and potato salad to mouth-watering marinated chicken legs. And dig into delicious weisswursts and freshly baked soft pretzels.

Join Oktoberfest celebrations around the world

Oktoberfest isn’t just for the Germans. Discover Oktoberfest celebrations around the world.

For the traditional five-day celebration, take a flight to Munich and get festive with the locals. Make sure to book a table at one of the many tents, and prepare for a full day of revelry.

If you’re looking for something a little different, book a flight to Osaka, Japan and head down to Okinawa for the annual Rocktoberfest – a mixture of rock and metal bands, bangers. Or fly to Toronto, Canada and take the drive to Kitchener-Waterloo for Oktoberfest Idol. Cheer on your favourite contestant while sipping on a traditional stein.

Staying home this Oktoberfest? Why not head to one of the special tents in Dubai for a dance and a traditional meal.

What is Oktoberfest?

The longest wedding reception ever, the first Oktoberfest was held in 1810 to celebrate the marriage of Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen. The royal family invited all the citizens of Munich to join in the festivities – because as they say, the more the merrier. The celebration lasted five days with contests, games, food and drinks. The party continues to this day. Visitors and locals can enjoy the annual two-week festival in Munich from late September to early October.
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