Lufthansa has officially opened its new lounge at Milan Malpensa, the design of which it says will “set the way for Lufthansa Group lounges in the future”.
Features of the 550sqm facility include seating for 117 guests, floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the airport apron, furniture designed by Swiss firm Vitra, a central bar offering barista-brewed coffees, Italian aperitifs and finger food, dishes including pasta prepared to order from an open kitchen, and a Coffee Corner at the entrance to the lounge for those in a hurry.
The new lounge is located within Departures Area A, Terminal 1 at Milan Malpensa.
Lufthansa recently extended its LoungeNet digital services, enabling guests to access yoga routines and to print from an increasing number of lounge locations.
Note that passengers travelling with Lufthansa from San Francisco airport are currently subject to temporary lounge arrangements while the United Business Lounge in International Terminal G is refurbished, more details on which can be seen here. The lounge is expected to reopen in May.