Emirates has this week reopened it’s airport lounge in Dusseldorf, Germany following significant refurbishment made.
This exclusive lounge for the airline’s customers are fitted with completely new, cream-colored leather seats, new furniture and carpets as well as new lighting and kitchen equipment.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Emirates Reopens Airport Lounge in Dusseldorf…
“We are constantly looking for ways to further enhance the travel experience for our valued customers both in the air and on ground, Emirates’ exclusive airport lounges are an integral part of our ‘Fly better’ brand promise.”
“The investment in the refurbishment of all lounges demonstrates our commitment to our passengers and to our airport partners in Germany.”
Emirates opened up the lounge in Dusseldorf back in May 2009, and was the 20th lounge in the carrier’s portfolio worldwide.
The airline has a strong relationship with the German airport, with this going back all of the way to 2001.
On the particular route from Dubai, the airline said the following:
The airline is currently the only one that operates DUS with the double-decker A380 aircraft.”
“In total, Emirates offers more than 900 daily seats in a three-class configuration from Düsseldorf to Dubai and beyond.”
Looking ahead, all eyes will be on what customers think of the new airport lounge in Dusseldorf by Emirates, as well as whether there is scope to expand this further going into the future.
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