Air France unveils redesigned lounge in Munich Airport’s Terminal 1


Air France has unveiled its fully redesigned lounge in Terminal 1 at Munich Airport. The updated 227sqm space is said to offer a “French-style travel experience”.

Air France has unveiled its fully redesigned lounge in Terminal 1 at Munich Airport. The updated 227sqm space is said to offer a “French-style travel experience” and is dedicated to Air France, KLM and SkyTeam partner airlines’ Business and Flying Blue Elite Plus customers.

Passengers travelling in the Economy and Premium Economy cabins can also purchase lounge access for €25 euros or 6,000 miles, subject to space availability.

The lounge features the Air France colours, creating a true sense of place. Meanwhile, the furniture includes the iconic Egg armchair and creations by French designers such as Pierre Paulin, Patrick Jouin and brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.

A large dining area promotes French cuisine, with a comfortable couch and leather seats reminiscent of Parisian brasseries.

Air France is also introducing an area dedicated to its La Première and Flying Blue Ultimate customers. Equipped with specific furniture, including a large sofa and comfortable chairs, it is designed to provide all the confidentiality and comfort required to work or rest in a private space.

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