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New Lufthansa Senator Lounge at Munich Airport

9th September 2009 Print
More amenities are in the offing for Lufthansa's passengers with Senator status at Munich Airport. A further Senator Lounge with around 700 square metres of floor space has opened in Terminal 2, and will ideally enhance the Senator Cafe and Senator Lounge in the EU Departures area.

Lufthansa passengers will experience the new and exclusive lounge design on its debut in Munich. Warm earthy tones combined with puristic elements dominate the interior design. At centre stage is the bar with a wide choice of freshly by brewed coffee, liqueurs and non-alcoholic drinks.

"Lufthansa is continuing to invest in Terminal 2 despite the difficult market environment. With this new lounge we are responding to frequent customer requests. We are now offering them even more comfort in a pleasant atmosphere," said Munich Station Manager Stephan Klar.

The new Senator Lounge offers an array of amenities for passengers to continue working or simply unwind and relax. Coffee, espresso or Latte Macchiato with an Amaretto flavour: All are freshly brewed at the bar. In the comfort zone, deep leather chairs are an inviting prospect to take it easy. For the more industrious, the new lounge includes ten workstations, some with integrated computer. Passengers seated anywhere in the lounge can comfortably surf the net with their laptop or access their email accounts.

In the bistro area, passengers can choose from a variety of hot and cold meals or drinks. Along with Leberkäs mit Brezn (grilled meatloaf with pretzel) and potato salad, a noted favourite in Munich lounges, the menu runs to any number of pasta dishes or a substantial morning breakfast. An assortment of German and international newspapers and magazines keeps passengers entertained and posted on the latest news, TV programmes are beamed on three screens. Four showers are available for passengers to freshen up. They are equipped with hair dryer, towels and a choice of toiletries.

Lufthansa offers passengers a total of seven lounges with around 4,500 square metres in Terminal 2. The new Senator lounge is sited opposite Gate area B.