Covid 19: Lufthansa lounges reopening/status

Old Oct 31, 21, 9:21 am
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MUC SEN status (as of yesterday):

non-Schengen: no COVID certificate check, everything is now self-service apart from booze (I was not in the mood for drinking but when the bar was not manned people were helping themselves and nobody said a word)

Schengen: the signs in front of the lounge mention COVID certificate or test is needed to enter
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Old Oct 31, 21, 11:43 pm
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Any recommendations which FRA Star lounge will be best for a 4 hour transit with an infant?

Over 800 flights and my first ever FRA transfer is coming up in 2 weeks, but my first long haul flight with the new addition to the family, so a bit nervous.
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Old Nov 1, 21, 12:28 am
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Originally Posted by SirJman View Post
Any recommendations which FRA Star lounge will be best for a 4 hour transit with an infant?
What's your itinerary? FRA is quite segmented so it matters...
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Old Nov 1, 21, 8:20 am
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Originally Posted by supine View Post
What's your itinerary? FRA is quite segmented so it matters...
TG->AC
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Old Nov 1, 21, 9:03 am
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Originally Posted by SirJman View Post
TG->AC
So you'll almost certainly arrive and depart from 1B.

You'll need to go through transfer security but that should be fairly painless as long as you're not just arriving after three other flights.

If you are *G you should use the SEN B lounge near gate B43.

If the infant needs a nap during your layover there is a sleeping area. As you enter there is a bar at your 11 o'clock, walk past that and it's on your left.
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Old Nov 1, 21, 9:37 am
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Originally Posted by SirJman View Post
TG->AC
You can find more information on the LH lounge at B43 here, including pics of the relax chairs and the slumber room: https://loungereview.com/lounges/luf...ounge-fra-b43/

Unfortunately, the nice AC lounge next door is still closed.

Have a good flight!
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Old Nov 1, 21, 10:46 am
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According to lounge staff in DUS C lounge, the DUS SEN lounge is supposed to re-open in the beginning of 2022.
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Old Nov 1, 21, 12:03 pm
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Probably make that S22
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Old Nov 3, 21, 4:56 pm
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In the BOS lounge. Hot soup, sandwiches, hot pasta dish, quinoa salad, fruit salad, some cakes. But no alcohol. Supposedly dont have their license yet.
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Old Nov 3, 21, 7:30 pm
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How crowded was the BOS LH lounge?

I was hoping someone could tell me LH lounge options in FRA for a 510am arrival.

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Old Nov 4, 21, 2:01 am
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I was hoping someone could tell me LH lounge options in FRA for a 510am arrival.
What's your actual itinerary?
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Old Nov 4, 21, 3:49 am
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Originally Posted by TPJ View Post
MUC SEN status (as of yesterday):

non-Schengen: no COVID certificate check, everything is now self-service apart from booze (I was not in the mood for drinking but when the bar was not manned people were helping themselves and nobody said a word)

Schengen: the signs in front of the lounge mention COVID certificate or test is needed to enter
In MUC they only ask you for a COVID-Certificate if you are on a flight that does not require one. When I am on domestic flights, I have to show it, if not, they do not ask you a second time.
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Old Nov 4, 21, 4:52 am
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I arrive BOS-FRA at 510am and connecting with OS to VIE at 820am. I was wondering if I have to wait till 6am to find a LH lounge.
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Old Nov 4, 21, 5:57 am
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Originally Posted by flyaxa View Post
In the BOS lounge. Hot soup, sandwiches, hot pasta dish, quinoa salad, fruit salad, some cakes. But no alcohol. Supposedly dont have their license yet.
Not bad. Maybe half full. Was on the BOS-MUC flight. Edit: oops quoted myself.
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Old Nov 4, 21, 6:54 am
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Originally Posted by akaza1 View Post
I arrive BOS-FRA at 510am and connecting with OS to VIE at 820am. I was wondering if I have to wait till 6am to find a LH lounge.
Correct, lounges in 1A open at 06:00.

You'll take a little while to get through passport control, although that early there should be no major queue.

Stretch your legs first? 🤷‍♂️
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