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Emirates launches new exclusive lounge at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport

Emirates launches new exclusive lounge at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport

In preparation for a busy summer travel season, Emirates and Extime have teamed up at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport to offer premium travelers a new, exclusively designated lounge space in Terminal 1 while Terminal 2 renovations are ongoing.

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Emirates will provide travelers with a classy private lounge with a total of 155 seats, indoor and outdoor space, and superb food and beverage choices. Emirates is one of the few airlines that have a dedicated location in Terminal 1 for customers. The dedicated lounge, which averages 190 users per day, will provide comfort and refreshment for Emirates passengers until aircraft operations relocate to Terminal 2 in July 2024 and a newly built Emirates Lounge opens.

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Customers of Emirates will be able to indulge in a wide variety of delectable dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including international favourites like salmon tikka, fish tajin, butter chicken, and beef stroganoff as well as French favourites like Croque-monsieur, crêpes, and French financier. Professionals with experience from Haute Hospitality staff the lounge.

With a bright and airy bistro feel, the chic lounge features wood and leather accents, against a backdrop of warm white tones, green topiary and contemporary light fixtures. Customers can refresh in showers and washrooms, connect to complimentary Wi-Fi, read up on the news, and enjoy a plentiful buffet and alcoholic beverages from 6am to 9:30pm daily. The dedicated lounge for Emirates customers will also be fully accessible to people with reduced mobility.

The present redevelopment programme at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport is anticipated to extend until 2024. The project’s goal is to expand and update airport infrastructure to accommodate more travelers and boost air traffic to the milestone of 80 million passengers annually.

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