Review: Lufthansa First Class Lounge Frankfurt

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    As I explained in the last installment, my Austrian flight arrived at a gate rather than at a remote stand. Usually that would be a good thing, but when you're connecting to Lufthansa first class, you'd get picked up in a car and driven to the lounge if you arrived at a remote stand, while you get nothing when you arrive at a gate. In our case we were arriving at gate A38, and my connecting flight was leaving from gate Z64. While in theory that's not a terribly inconvenient connection as far as Frankfurt Airport goes, it was still quite a haul. I followed the signage towards the Lufthansa lounges, which was about a 15 minute trek. And that was with me walking at a German pace. The Lufthansa First Class Lounge entrance was located to the left. It was easy enough to find, because it was right next to the Lufthansa Business Lounge, where there was a long queue to get in (which always seems to be the case). The post Review: Lufthansa First Class Lounge Frankfurt appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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