Air France Gets a New Luxury Lounge

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.justluxe.com/lifestyle/aircraft/feature-1796379.php

    While airport lounges can be notoriously dreary places to wait for your flight, Air France has introduced a new business class lounge and satellite building at Paris-Charles de Gaul airport, which promises to help get outside of the usual airport rut. Inspired by nature and public parks in particular, the new business class lounge spans 3,000 sq. m and encourages passengers to relax, enjoy a snack, work, read and enjoy entertainment in various spaces

    Designed by Brandimage in cooperation with Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, the new lounge is a comfortable place to await your flight. The spacious accommodations include areas designated for both work and play, including a hot meal service, a Clarins wellbeing treatment area, and workspaces offering digital tablets and computer stations. There is seating for 620 people, scattered into separate table and chair areas.

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    I wonder what is the different between a business lounge and a " luxury " business lounge?;)
     
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    Are the access rules the same as for other AF business class lounges at CDG? Also, is this schengen? Can all outbound schengen passengers get to the door here with all the changes at CDG2? The features seem more like a lounge for long haul.
     

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