“The Lounge” opens in Bremen

Photo: Bremer Airport.
Photo: Bremer Airport.

“The Lounge” opens in Bremen

Photo: Bremer Airport.
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Global Lounge Network is proud to announce the opening of “The Lounge” in Terminal 1 of Bremen Airport. The 392 square meter area is a former Lufthansa lounge.

The Global Lounge Network currently operates 27 lounges around the world and by the end of the year there should be 33. All passengers who pay themselves have access to the new lounge (20 euros until the end of October, 26 euros from November). In addition, frequent flyers, business and first class guests of KLM have free admission - as do holders of Priority Pass, Lounge Key, Lounge Pass and Diners Club. According to its own information, Global Lounge Network is currently still in talks with other airlines and providers.

“We are very proud to be opening our first lounge in Germany in this beautiful Bremen and believe that the high quality of service that the Global Lounge has been offering for years will be a nice addition to the airport's services. We invite every passenger arriving via Bremen to enjoy our lounge, which offers an amazing culinary variety with regional dishes as well as a large selection of beer and spirits, with a great ambience and relaxing music that you can enjoy before your flight " said Jeffrey Stern, CEO of the Global Lounge Network.

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  • Nils, 24. October 2021 @ 17: 35

    So they were disappointed that Lufthansa closed their Loujge in Brmen - but then came “The Lounge”, it is 1: 1 the old Lufthansa Business Lounge, but with friendlier service and better food.
    It's just a shame that Lufthansa senators and business customers do not have access - you have to fly KLM / Air France or have a Priority Pass.

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  • Nils, 24. October 2021 @ 17: 35

    So they were disappointed that Lufthansa closed their Loujge in Brmen - but then came “The Lounge”, it is 1: 1 the old Lufthansa Business Lounge, but with friendlier service and better food.
    It's just a shame that Lufthansa senators and business customers do not have access - you have to fly KLM / Air France or have a Priority Pass.

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