Lufthansa has extended its LoungeNet digital services, enabling guests to access yoga routines and to print from an increasing number of lounge locations.
Lounge guests are directed to the LoungeNet portal when logging onto the free wifi at Lufthansa lounges worldwide, and the platform adapts its content depending on the respective lounge location, providing users with airport information and flight statuses, as well as options to download eJournals.
Other sections include LoungeNet News, providing details on new products and lounge openings, and information on collecting and redeeming miles with the group’s Miles and More programme.
The carrier has also recently partnered with yoga company TINT, giving guests access to relaxation exercises – according to a release “guests can watch practical application videos and easily copy the exercises in an armchair in the lounge”, with topics including neck and back pain, and exercises to prevent jetlag.
Finally Lufthansa is gradually expanding its free in-lounge print and copy service in cooperation with Konica Minolta. The service has been available in all lounges at Frankfurt and Munich for several months, and has now been extended to all lounges across Germany, with worldwide locations to follow.