Air France To Open New Lounge and Expand Terminal at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport

By Paul Riegler on 23 June 2012
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On June 28, Air France and Aéroports de Paris will open the new Satellite S4 boarding area at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Satellite S4 will be open to travelers flying with Air France and its SkyTeam partners out of terminal 2E.  S4, which can handle 7.8 million passengers per year, offer a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars. The area will also feature water walls, wooden patios, and plants and trees, as well as a museum.

S4 is also home to the new 3,000-square-meter Air France business-class lounge, where travelers can enjoy hot meals (a new addition to Air France’s offerings), snacks, drinks, and Wi-Fi. The lounge’s design was inspired by a park.

Aéroports de Paris invested €580 million in designing and building S4.

(Pictured: Air France’s new business-class lounge in the S4 satellite area)

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