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Old Jul 14, 18, 6:00 am
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LUX Airport Lounge

Ive been trough the Airport 5 times this year,, is the lounge open or closed?

The escalator has been closed off and there is building work in that area.

Or does one go immediately after security on the same level.

Lux Air website suggests its open, but not sure if thats upto date
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Old Jul 14, 18, 6:04 am
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You don't go down the escalator, it is on the same level as security to the left of the boxed off escalator, just follow the signs down the corridor. More details in the Europe lounge guide in the Dashboard.
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Old Jul 14, 18, 7:04 am
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Donít worry I couldnít find it either and had to ask a friendly woman in the duty free.

The signposting is terrible, and worse still the map shows an old(?) location up an escalator on the left of the duty free which is cordoned off.

As CWS says the trick is to stay on the same level after security and donít go down the escalator, heading down the empty corridor instead.
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Old Jul 14, 18, 9:37 am
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It is open, but you do need the tracking skills of an Alaskan hunter to find it.

Directions above are spot on, so I won't add anything further.
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Old Jul 14, 18, 1:12 pm
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Strange that the check in staff don't mention this, many other out stations explain where and how to..
Its the map, signage down stairs that confuses me..

Thanks to all above and ill update my Alaskan tracking skills as suggested,,
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Old Jul 14, 18, 1:29 pm
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I've put a map, with arrows, into the Europe Lounge guide.
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