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LUFTHANSA is slightly expanding its winter timetable in contrast to last year when it scaled back capacity. The airline is now boosting frequencies on some intercontinental and European routes, particularly to and from Munich and Frankfurt. With the introduction of the 2002/2003 winter timetable on 27 October, Lufthansa will increase its available capacity by 13% compared to the 2001/02 winter timetable, bringing its total flight offering almost up to the level of two winters back.. Lufthansa has also added a new long-haul destination to its network: with the new service to the Nigerian capital Abuja. Lufthansa will fly to a total of 317 cities in 86 countries. Flights are being resumed to the Yemeni capital Sanaa from the beginning of December. The twice-weekly service to the Arabian peninsula will include a stopover in Cairo. In response to growing demand, Lufthansa will operate a Boeing 747 service ex-Frankfurt to Dubai from the end of November, replacing the former Airbus A340 service on this route. By switching to a B747 Lufthansa can offer 140 more seats per flight.