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Air France reopens a lounge at the Munich University of Applied Sciences »News | NB

The lounge is in Terminal 1 of Munich Airport has been open since October 28, 2022 andIt has been extensively renovated and updated. The new lounge now offers passengers 227 square meters of space in a friendly atmosphere, a dining area, a new co-working area and a “dedicated corner” for La Première clients and Flying Blue Ultimate members.

“We are very pleased to offer our passengers at Munich Airport the French art of hospitality with warm service once again with the new Air France lounge,” explains Karl Schillmann, German Director of Air FranceKLM. For Air France, Munich is an excellent airport with nearly a million passengers annually and a high proportion of corporate clients and loyal guests.

The lounge can seat up to 75 guests including spaces for passengers with special needs, and is available to all Business Class passengers of Air France, KLM and SkyTeam partners, as well as SkyTeam Elite Plus members including Flying Blue Platinum and Gold members. Open. Passengers traveling in premium or economy class and/or Flying Blue Silver or Explorer members can use the lounge for a fee of €25 or 6,000 miles.

Rest in a new look

In terms of color, it reflects the identity of Air France in blue, red and gray. Iconic furniture such as EGG stools, upholstery in shades of blue, and champagne-painted metal walls, as well as other items by French designers such as Pierre Paulin, Patrick Jouin, brothers Ronan, and Erwan Bouroullec ensure an elegant ambience. The new, modern and functional co-working space is equipped with a large desk with wireless charging options. (red)

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