The First Class Terminal Rubber Ducky

Lufthansa Flyer offers a retrospective on Lufthansa’s first class rubber duckies.

I admit, I’ve never taken a bath at the First Class Terminal in Frankfurt (I much prefer a shower) but on more than one occasion I’ve asked the shower attendant for a rubber ducky. She opens the closet, full of plastic ducks, and hands me one. And I let her know I’d appreciate one for my wife as well, and she obliges..

I had no idea there were so many variations on the classic rubber duck, so check out the whole post.

For more on the Lufthansa First Class Terminal, including photos and menus, see here, here, and here. For detail on using the First Class Terminal as a connecting passenger, see here.

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  1. Great story. I never knew LH has so many versions! They always seem to be out of stock when I ask. By the same token it would be interesting to do a story on the Rimowa kits.

  2. Can I get the rubber ducky from any of the 2 first class terminal in Frankfurt? would the flight attendant in 1st class plane have it too?

  3. @Orange nope, you can access Senator lounges but not the FIrst Class Terminal or First Class Lounges with Star Alliance GOld status

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