Lufthansa Debuts New Lounge in Boston

By Jesse Sokolow on 29 March 2017
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Lufthansa Lounge at JFK

Lufthansa Lounge at JFK

Lufthansa debuted its new premium lounge at Boston’s Logan International Airport on Wednesday. The 6,400-square-foot (594-square-meter) Lufthansa Lounge, which is nearly twice the size of the carrier’s previous lounge at the airport, is located on the top floor of Terminal E.

The space can seat up to 162 passengers, and features windows that offer views of Boston’s waterfront.

The space is divided into what the airline calls the “Living Room,” which offers couches and recliner chairs, as well as a video wall, and the “Dining Room,” which has a buffet catered by Flik and a bar featuring cocktails and specialty coffees. There is also a dedicated section for Lufthansa first-class passengers and Hon Circle members that offers à la carte items and pre-flight dining options.

Similar to the Business Gates in Frankfurt that business- and first-class passengers use to board directly from the lounge, the new Lufthansa Lounge offers direct boarding for most flights.

The lounge is available for free to business- and first-class and those with elite status with Lufthansa. In addition, business- and first-class passengers as well as those with elite status from all Star Alliance airlines located in or with access to Terminal E can access the lounge at no charge, while Lufthansa premium economy passengers can purchase a day pass.

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