Star Alliance has opened a new lounge
at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
The lounge is available to eligible First and Business Class passengers and Star
Alliance Gold Card holders as well as eligible paid lounge members
of the Air Canada Maple Leaf Worldwide Club and United Club programmes.
The lounge is located airside in the Departures
2, Schengen Area on the Panorama terrace level.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the lounge, and a mix
of standard and USB power outlets ensure that customers should be
able to easily
recharge their electronic devices.
include a luggage storage area, individual work booths, communal
work table, dining area, bar area, relaxation area and a wine bar.
Amenities include a serviced bar during afternoon hours, beer on
tap, a complimentary buffet with hot and cold meal options, flight
information, business services such as printing and scanning,
complimentary reading material and personal care amenities upon
The lounge can accommodate up to 150
guests and will open daily from 5.30am to 9.30pm, depending on the
Star Alliance (Schengen) flight schedule.
Alliance has set itself the overall goal of improving the
customer’s travel experience. Offering a premium lounge product is
an integral part of this strategy. Our new Amsterdam Lounge
expands the network of Star Alliance branded lounges to eight and
offers our customers flying from ‘De Dam’ a state-of-the-art
lounge experience,” said Christian Draeger, Vice President
Customer Experience, Star Alliance.
The new lounge primarily serves
eligible customers departing on flights operated by Adria Airways,
Aegean Airlines, Austrian Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines,
Lufthansa, SAS, Swiss, and TAP Air Portugal. Customers departing
on other Star Alliance member carrier flights are also welcome but
must take note that the lounge is located in the Schengen
departures area before passport control.
In total, 16 Star
Alliance member carriers serve Amsterdam, providing non-stop
service to 23 destinations in 18 countries.