Air France has unveiled its redesigned lounge at Munich airport’s Terminal 1, with new facilities including co-working space and a dedicated area for the carrier’s elite customers.
The 227 sqm facility has seating for 75 guests, and features furniture by French designers including Pierre Paulin, Patrick Jouin and brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.
In line with other recent Air France lounge revamps including at Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International airport, decor has been inspired by the carrier’s signature colours of blue, grey and red, with touches including the airline’s historical winged seahorse symbol, and champagne-lacquered metal screens dividing different areas of the lounge.
The dining area offers couch and leather seating “reminiscent of Parisian brasseries”, and a new co-working area features a large communal table with wireless chargers.
Air France’s La Premiere and Flying Blue Ultimate customers also have access to a dedicated area “designed to provide all the confidentiality and comfort required to work or rest in a private space”.
The lounge is open daily between 0515 and 2030, for Air France, KLM and Skyteam partner airlines’ business class and Flying Blue Elite Plus customers. Economy and premium economy passengers can also pay to access the space for €25 or 6,000 miles.
Air France is operating six daily flights between Paris CDG and Munich airport this winter, with sister carrier KLM offering five daily flights between Amsterdam Schiphol and the Bavarian capital.