Renovation complete: Air France opens lounge at Munich Airport

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Air France yesterday reopened its lounge at Munich Airport.

The lounge covers an area of ​​227 square meters and can accommodate a total of 75 guests including spaces for passengers with reduced mobility. It can be used by all Air France, KLM and Skyteam partners Business Class passengers, as well as Skyteam Elite Plus members including Flying Blue Platinum and Gold members. Passengers traveling in Premium Economy or Economy and/or Flying Blue Silver or Explorer members can use the lounge for a fee of 25 euros or 6000 miles.

In the pre-pandemic year 2019, Air France welcomed around 80.000 air travelers in the lounge in Terminal 1 of Munich Airport. Since October 28, 2022, it has been extensively renovated and modernized. Air France connects Munich Airport with its Paris-CDG hub six times a day, while its sister company KLM flies up to five times a day from the Bavarian metropolis to Amsterdam-Schiphol.

Lounge in Terminal 1 (Photo: Air France).
Lounge in Terminal 1 (Photo: Air France).