Star Alliance passengers departing from the Dutch capital can look forward to enjoying the extraordinary experience of the new Superior Lounge at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Star Alliance’s new lounge will host eligible First and Business class passengers on March 8th, as well as Star Alliance Gold Card holders and eligible Maple Leaf Worldwide Club and United Club Member.
The lounge is located on the panoramic platform of the departure area of the Schengen area 2 departure. It provides a convenient way to enter the boarding gate for passengers flying to the Schengen area European destination by Star Alliance member airlines.
All of Star Alliance’s lounges are designed to provide passengers with a unique local experience. Working with D-Dock, an Amsterdam-based construction company, Star Alliance has integrated the essence of Amsterdam into a new lounge. The elegant and contemporary design is inspired by the changing sky and landscape of the Netherlands, and the creative furniture and decorative pieces used are also original Dutch designs.
The lounge can accommodate up to 150 passengers and will be open from 5:30 am to 9:30 pm according to the Star Alliance (Schengen) flight schedule.
Christian Draeger, vice president of customer experience at Star Alliance, said: “Star Alliance has set itself the overall goal of improving the passenger travel experience. Providing quality lounge services is part of this goal. The openness of the new Amsterdam lounge is The number of Star Alliance lounges has increased to eight and provides a high level of lounge experience for passengers taking off from Amsterdam.”
Swissport CEO Menno Biersma said: “I am very pleased to work with Star Alliance to bring its newly designed lounge to the Dutch capital, where passengers can enjoy the warm service that Aspire has promised. We believe that the new The lounge will take the passenger experience to a whole new level with its intelligent design, comprehensive service and localization features.”
Andre van den Berg, chief commercial officer of the Royal Schiphol Group, added: “We are committed to providing passengers with a carefree and enjoyable travel experience. In addition to the services provided by Schiphol Airport, the Star Alliance Lounge It is also an attractive option for passengers to enjoy travel before boarding.”
The lounge is mainly used for passengers on the departure flights of Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Polish LOT Airlines, Lufthansa, SAS, Swiss Air and Portugal TAP. Passengers on other Star Alliance member flight flights can also use the lounge, but note that the departure lounge is located in the Schengen departure area prior to passport inspection. A total of 10 Star Alliance member airlines provide direct flights to Amsterdam covering 23 destinations in 18 countries.
In addition to the member airline lounges and those operated by third parties, Star Alliance now offers eight lounges under its own brand name, located at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Buenos Aires Essa International Airport. Los Angeles International Airport, Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Central Nagoya International Airport, Rio de Janeiro International Airport, Rome Fiumicino International Airport and São Paulo Guarulho International Airport.
The Star Alliance Lounge has always provided passengers with a unique experience with local character and personal attention. Since 2015, the Lounge at Star Alliance Los Angeles International Airport has been named the Best Alliance Lounge by Skytrax every year. Star Alliance is the first alliance to offer an alliance lounge to better meet passenger demand. At some non-hub airports, this deployment is sufficient for member airlines to bring them together to provide a highly competitive product. .
In addition, the Star Alliance Lounge at Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport will be refurbished in the coming months. The new renovation will provide passengers with a fresh and comfortable atmosphere, further enhancing the travel experience of passengers from Paris.