Frankfurt (TAN): Lufthansa has opened the Panorama Lounge at Frankfurt Airport, in an attempt to expand lounge space and meet increasing passenger demand.
Located at departure in the terminal 1A Schengen area opposite Gate A26, the new lounge has raised seating capacity in the area by 40 per cent. High demand for the two already present Business lounges prompted the Lufthansa Group to introduce the Panorama Lounge to its Business class guests.
Dr Andreas Otto, product manager for premium airlines, Lufthansa Group, and chief commercial officer, Austrian Airlines, said: “I am delighted that by renting the Panorama Lounge we can once again offer our lounge guests the service they have come o expect from us.”
December 28 (TravelAndy): Emirates has inaugurated a new lounge at Rome’s Leonardo Da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport for its passengers.
Located at departure Terminal 3, Level 2, close to gates E22 to E24, the new lounge sprawls over 950 square metres of floor space, and comes with a seating capacity of 162 people. The location also comes with views of the runway and a direct aircraft boarding convenience.
While the airline’s first class, business class, Skywards Platinum and Gold passengers have complimentary entry to the lounge, its Skywards Silver and Blue members have paid access to the facility.
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April 21 (TravelAndy): The first independent lounge at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 will open this summer and will be available to all passengers regardless of their travel class, the airport said in a statement.
Heathrow authorities expect a good response to this venture considering the high volume of passengers in the terminal taking connecting flights. Located near Gate 18, the lounge intends to cater to the independent traveler who wants to relax.
“We’re incredibly proud to welcome the Aspire lounge and spa to Terminal 5,” said Heathrow property director Stephen Wilkinson.
The lounge is a joint venture of Collinson Group and Swissport.