I know what you are thinking..............here is another person blowing a bad experience out of proportion. I think it is a valid complaint, but let me know what you think. So I was coming back in Lufthansa 747 business class (seat 2K) from Mumbai, India to Frankfurt. The plane was scheduled to take off at at 2am, which is when most flights to Europe leave from India. Boarding was done with 2 separate jet bridges, 1 for economy and 1 for business and first class. I went through the business jet bridge and turned left as soon as I got in, as my seat was in the nose of the plane. I put my stuff in the overhead and took my seat. Everything was fine until I saw a mosquito. I took a swat at it and thought was the end of it. Then another mosquito flew by, so I took my head out of my magazine and to my surprise there were literally hundreds of mosquitoes in the cabin. I dont know if you have ever been outside and you are swating at one mosquito, how annoying that is, now imagine 100+, and no that is not a exaggeration. I suspect that because the jet bridge wasn't as close as possible to the plane, and that it was dark out and the inside of the plane was lit, is the reason why there were so many mosquitoes but Lufthansa flies this route everyday, so you would think they would be prepared for this because I doubt it is the first time this has happened. All the business class passengers were in disbelief that such a situation was happening and the worst part is that the flight attendants did not say sorry about the mosquitoes or even mention anything about them. They were just carrying on like nothing was going on. My phone doesn't have video capabilities or I would have taken a video of all the passengers swatting the bugs, but I did take a photo of a lady across the aisle wrapping herself in blankets in a feeble attempt to protect herself from the mosquitoes.You probably can't tell but if you look at the couples face, they are not happy. And then of course, as soon as the plane door closed, we were trapped on a 8 hour flight to FRA with hundreds of mosquitoes. And this is not a joke, when we got to FRA and they opened the door, I saw with my own eyes some mosquitoes fly out. I fly to India a lot, and this has never happened to me and I understand that bugs will be bugs, but what really annoys me is that the flight attendants acted like this was no big deal and that there was nothing they could do. If this was Lufthansa inaugural flight on this route, I could understand that things happen but when they fly this route every day at the same time, I just don't understand. There are so many solutions to this problem and they had none. You could have even put a mosquito net over the door while we boarded and I think everyone would have been fine with it. Or bug spray for people who needed it would have been a step in the right direction. This can't be the first time there have been tons of mosquitoes in a plane on this route. This experience was literally like living out "Snakes On A Plane" but with mosquitoes. Not that I would wish this on economy class passengers, but the reason why people pay $5k+ for business class is for comfort. Swatting at mosquitoes and getting bitten alive for 8hrs is not my idea of comfort. I am thinking about writing Lufthansa a formal letter because by the end of the flight I was severely bitten and I thought the whole episode was ridiculous but I am not sure who I would even address such a letter to. Thoughts, opinions?