Lufthansa offers ultimate comfort in Munich
3 September 2009
As of now, First Class passengers and HON Circle members will find an even more calming and relaxing environment at the First Class Lounge in Terminal 2.
For the first time, customers at Munich will have access to exclusive quiet zones, which are the perfect place for passengers to withdraw and unwind. Comfortable day beds are provided so they can rest and relax in a peaceful atmosphere.
In addition, two more office units have been added to the four existing work rooms. Each has a land line connection, enabling passengers to make telephone calls or work on their own laptops without interruption.
For non-Schengen departures, an extra waiting area has been created on the upper level of the First Class Lounge for passengers using the limousine service. If a flight is departing from an apron position, a chauffeur will be waiting to take the passenger direct from the lounge to the aircraft.
"Lufthansa is investing in Terminal 2 despite the economic crisis. The additional service we are offering will provide even more opportunities in future for frequent travellers to organise the time they spend at the airport in line with their own requirements. The quiet zones and work areas were expanded in response to frequent requests from customers," says Thomas Klühr, Lufthansa Group Representative and Head of Hub Management Munich.
The First Class Lounge was opened in August 2007. It extends over two levels and has a total floor area of 860 sq. metres. The lounge provides all the amenities that make the service at the Lufthansa's First Class Lounges so outstanding. One of the highlights of the service for customers at Munich is the integrated exclusive passport control, which permits arriving or departing passengers and passengers in transit to change floors directly within the lounge.