Lufthansa opens its 15th lounge in Frankfurt
Guests can now enjoy the benefits of an additional lounge in departure area A
Lufthansa passengers in Frankfurt now have an even greater number of lounges to choose from. The 15th Lufthansa lounge in Frankfurt Airport’s Terminal 1 is being opened today near gate A26. The new Business Lounge will complement the existing lounges in the central Schengen area of the new A-pier. Passengers making their way to departure gates 20–42 with destinations in Germany and Europe (Schengen) can stop off there en route.
In a modern design on the 840-square-metre site of the former First Class Lounge, the new lounge invites passengers to relax and pass the time. The use of an existing spatial structure provides the lounge with an exclusive layout – one that is unique among Lufthansa’s worldwide Business Lounge portfolio. It stands out with its natural stone floor made of greywacke as well as marble surfaces in the toilet and wash areas, and the furnishings are in keeping with the warm colours of the new Business Lounge design.
Guests are treated to an impressive view of the apron, which they can take in from the comfort of stylish leather chairs in beige and anthracite. In addition, two separate quiet rooms and three shower rooms provide an opportunity to relax and freshen up. Guests can work in peace in four detached offices, while free Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire lounge. Lufthansa also provides lounge guests with refreshments consisting of a range of drinks and meals, which change on a weekly basis and vary according to the time of day.
At Frankfurt Airport, around 3.2 million Lufthansa customers used the exclusive First Class Terminal, one of the two First Class Lounges, four Senator and seven Business Lounges as well as the Welcome Lounge in 2012. Together, they have a total area of more than 20,000 square metres. Lufthansa provides guests with some 70 lounges around the world, and together with the more than 900 lounges provided by Star Alliance and cooperation partners, Lufthansa has one of the industry’s largest lounge networks.
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