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Munich Airport Opens New Lounge

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Munich Airport has opened a new airport lounge.

Located in the southern wing of Terminal 1, the bright, spacious rooms in the new lounge have a total area of 1,200 square meters (13,000 square feet), and combine a cosmopolitan feel with Bavarian local color.

Facilities available to guests include suites, conference and working rooms, wireless LAN, rest areas, showers, an extensive collection of international newspapers and magazines, a non-denominational prayer room and a separate smoking area.

The lounge is open to paying guests regardless of their airline or booking class. Included in the VIP service package are complete baggage and customs clearance, passport control and a limousine transfer between the VIP lounge and the aircraft.

The reception area of the VIP lounge and the adjacent bistro are spaciously laid out, and include a bar. Here guests are offered international cuisine as well as Bavarian specialties. A beer garden is also planned for the lounge.

Each of the suites has its own individual furnishings and decor: Linderhof Castle, for example, has a separate bathroom, Neuschwanstein Castle has a dining and conference table and Nymphenburg Castle has a separate sleeping area. The Schleissheim Castle suite is also suitable for conferences with up to 10 participants.

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