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American Express has added 3 Lounges to its Global Lounge Network in Munich. Holders of The Platinum Card® from American Express (Terms Apply) and The Business Platinum® Card from American Express (Terms Apply), as well as the Centurion Card, will have access to the lounges when flying with Austrian, Lufthansa, and Swiss, from Munich’s terminal 2 (Satellite).
The three lounges that are now available are:
- Lufthansa Business Class Lounge
- Lufthansa Senator Lounge
- Lufthansa First Class Lounge
Holders of The Platinum Card® from American Express and The Business Platinum® Card from American Express will be able to access the Business and Senator Class Lounges, while Centurion Cardholders will also be able to access the Lufthansa First Class lounge. Unfortunately, cardholders will not have guest access at these lounges, although supplementary and authorized cardholders will be able to gain access.
The Business class and Senator lounges share an entrance with the business class lounge being on the left and the senator lounge on the right. The entrance is located just across from gate K11; the First-class lounge is a little further up the concourse.
This is quite a positive for American Express cardholders since while there are plenty of lounges in terminal one when traveling within Schengen from terminal 2 (Satellite), there was minimal lounge access. This just adds to the already impressive list of perks of the Amex Platinum. Finally, when you consider how nice the First-class lounge is, this is a great perk for American Express Centurion cardholders.
Source: View From The Wing
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