Renovated Sky Lounge reopens at Düsseldorf Airport

The Open Sky Lounge, one of the two lounges at Düsseldorf Airport, has reopened after renovation.

The lounge, located at the airport’s C-pier, where non-Schengen flights are handled, has been expanded to 465 square metres and now has a capacity of 152 seats. The lounge is equipped with Wi-Fi, televisions and showers, and features a buffet with hot and cold dishes. Entry fees are € 27.50 per adult traveller and € 11 for children, to be paid by bank card or credit card. The Open Sky Lounge is open daily from 05:15 – 21:00.

Source: Luchtvaartnieuws.nl

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