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Air France Unveils New Lounge At Munich Airport’s Terminal 1

Air France has unveiled their fully redesigned lounge at Munich-Franz Josef Strauss International Airport’s Terminal 1. The Lounge is dedicated to Air France, KLM and SkyTeam partner airlines’ Business Class and Flying Blue Elite Plus customers.


Air France Unveils New Lounge in Terminal 1 at Munich Airport - Courtesy Air France

On Monday (December 12, 2022), Air France announced the opening of their fully redesigned lounge in Terminal 1 at Munich-Franz Josef Strauss International Airport in Germany. The 227 square meter 75-seat lounge is dedicated to Air France, KLM, and SkyTeam partner airlines’ Business Class and Flying Blue Elite Plus customers. Customers traveling in Economy and Premium Economy cabins can also purchase lounge access for €25 or 6,000 miles, subject to availability. As part of Air France’s move upmarket, the lounge celebrates the French-style travel experience and serves as a peaceful haven for relaxing, working or dining before a flight. For winter 2022/23, Air France will offer six daily flights between Munich and Paris-Charles de Gaulle. KLM also offers five daily flights between Munich and Amsterdam Schiphol.


The warm and elegant space features Air France’s signature colors with shades of blue and grey, with red flourishes, along with the company’s brand accent symbol, and historic winged seahorse emblem. Various areas of the lounge are divided by Champagne-lacquered metal screen structures. The furniture has been carefully chosen, including the iconic Egg armchair and other elements, by French designers such as Pierre Paulin, Patrick Jouin, and brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. In the design of the lounge, Air France has also utilized noble and natural materials such as oak and leather.


Air France's Redesigned Terminal 1 Lounge at Munich-Franz Josef International Airport - Courtesy Air France


Promoting French cuisine, the lounge also features a large dining area, which features a comfortable couch and leather seats reminiscent of Parisian brasseries. The dining offer changes throughout the day and is based on savory or sweet dishes with seasonal flavors. Healthy and vegetarian options including soup and gourmet salads are also available. A range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are also available, including wines and local beers, while water fountains are available to reduce single-use plastic.


The lounge also features a new co-working area, allowing everyone to work on a large table which has been equipped with charging ports. Air France has also introduced an area dedicated to La Première and Flying Blue Ultimate guests, which features bespoke furniture, including a large sofa and comfortable chairs. The premium space has been designed to provide the confidentiality and comfort required to work or rest in a private space. For seamless access, the lounge entrance has been equipped with eligibility kiosks, and complimentary Wi-Fi and numerous power and USB charging ports are available near the seats. For their reading pleasure, a digital press offer is also available on the Air France Play app.



Source: Air France

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