The lounge is being reopened in response to declining infection rates and the easing of travel restrictions – with more people want to fly again. The First Class Lounge will be the first major First Class facility that Lufthansa has to reopen.
The First Class Lounge is open daily from 06:00 to 21:30. It offers an exclusive and comfortable place to relax, while travellers are waiting for their departure.
The range of products offered in the lounges has been adjusted to meet current regulations. At present, food and beverage consumption is only permitted outside of the lounge. A take-away offer is available in the First Class Lounge, with a good selection of food and beverages. The popular “á la carte” service will also be resumed as soon as official regulations allow the airline to do so.
First Class guests can now also enjoy the usual personal service.
What about the First Class Terminal?
The airline is slowly reopening its lounge network in Germany, as well as abroad. In the upcoming weeks, additional Lufthansa lounges will gradually be re-opening for customers.
As for the first First Class Terminal and the associated limousine service – Lufthansa says it will also be made available again. No formal date has been set
Keep an eye on https://www.lufthansa.com/de/en/lounges for the latest reopenings in the network.
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