SWISS opens new-look non-Schengen lounge at Zurich Airport catering to “diverse needs of customers”

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is reopening its 650sqm non-Schengen Lounge in Zurich Airport’s Terminal D. The lounge is said to fully meet the airline’s premium aspirations and “cater to the diverse needs of customers”.

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is reopening its non-Schengen Lounge in Zurich Airport’s Terminal D. Extending over 650sqm, the fully refurbished lounge is available to all Business Class and First Class travellers, along with Senators and HON Circle members of SWISS and the Lufthansa Group, and Business Class travellers on further Star Alliance airlines.

“I am delighted that we can again offer our travellers in Zurich Airport’s non-Schengen zone a lounge experience with outstanding service quality that fully meets all our premium aspirations and caters to the diverse needs of our customers,” says Julia Hillenbrand, Head of Brand Experience, SWISS. “With its colours and its materials, our restyled lounge gives our guests a new and enhanced sense of comfort and well-being.”

The new lounge’s concept blends design facets of the existing SWISS lounges with new accents and top-quality materials. Bright wood features combine with discreet Swiss slate elements and soft claret tones to welcome visitors and provide a warm ambience. The combination of natural elements and muted colours is also in harmony with the ‘SWISS Senses’ design.

The new lounge features various zones. The bistro offers a wide range of food and beverages, with meals freshly prepared onsite with a particular focus on fresh, healthy and varied cuisine. A further lounge zone offers the opportunity to work without disturbance or distraction, with three closed workstations and three open workplaces for maximum productivity. The rest zone provides an optimum ambience to do so with its comfortable wing chairs. Showers are also available for anyone wishing to freshen up before their flight.



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