Star Alliance opens its own lounge at Schiphol

In the first quarter of 2019, Star Alliance will open its own, uniquely designed lounge at Schiphol, with many Dutch design features.

The lounge is currently being built in Schiphol’s Schengen area and will therefore be accessible to premium and status passengers of Lufthansa, Austrian, SWISS, SAS, TAP Air Portugal, Aegean and LOT Polish Airlines on European flights. These passengers are currently still using the Aspire Lounge 26. The new Star Alliance lounge at Schiphol will feature an extensive buffet, a bar, a fast Wi-Fi connection, a large number of sockets and more.


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