Lufthansa comes after passenger who tried popular ‘hidden city’ flight hack

The “hidden city” hack has traditionally been one of the best-kept secrets among flyers.

It involves strategically ditching the connecting leg of a flight to avoid the higher cost of non-stop flights.

It’s a sneaky but effective trick, and while it’s long been frowned upon by airlines, savvy travelers have used it to save money for years.

But now, one of the world’s biggest airlines is seeking to sue a passenger for doing it.

Germany’s flag carrier Lufthansa is demanding payment from a passenger it accused of deliberately buying a ticket with no intention of flying the second leg of the journey.

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According to The Independent, an initial court case ruled in favor of the passenger but Lufthansa has now been given permission to appeal.

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