Emirates Unveils New Lounge in Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

A view of the freshly remodelled Emirates Lounge at Charles-de-Gaulles airport (CDG)
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Emirates has unveiled its expansive new 925-square-meter premium lounge in Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) Terminal 2C facility.

Discerning travelers flying First and Business Class with Emirates, or those holding Emirates Skywards membership, can now experience a new level of luxury at CDG.

This significant investment reflects the airline’s continued commitment to providing exceptional comfort, convenience, and unparalleled service to its European market.

Paris CDG: Haven of Comfort and Style

Stepping into the new Emirates lounge is akin to entering a haven of tranquility and modern sophistication.

The space boasts a refreshed and modern design, featuring a carefully curated selection of plush new furnishings.

Inviting armchairs and plush sofas beckon guests to relax and unwind, while strategically placed workstations cater to those needing to catch up on work before their flight.

A view of the freshly remodelled Emirates Lounge at Charles-de-Gaulles airport (CDG)

Enhanced Amenities

The lounge goes beyond aesthetics, offering a range of amenities designed to enhance the travel experience. Guests can stay connected with complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, ensuring a seamless transition from work to relaxation.

For those seeking a moment of rejuvenation, the lounge features enhanced shower facilities stocked with luxurious VOYA toiletries, allowing travelers to arrive at their destination feeling refreshed and ready to explore.

Panoramic windows offer breathtaking views of the bustling airport runway, providing a captivating backdrop to the pre-flight experience.

A view of the freshly remodelled Emirates Lounge at Charles-de-Gaulles airport (CDG)

A Celebration of French Flavors

Emirates’ dedication to exceptional service extends beyond comfortable surroundings. The lounge boasts an exquisite food and beverage program designed to tantalize taste buds and cater to diverse palates.

Passengers can embark on a culinary journey, savoring a curated selection of local French delicacies. Imagine indulging in a perfectly pan-fried fillet of beef drizzled with a rich béarnaise sauce, or a delicate poached cod bathed in a vibrant vierge sauce.

For those seeking lighter fare, an extensive salad bar offers fresh, seasonal options. A tempting cheese board spread featuring a selection of artisanal cheeses from across France complements the culinary experience.

And to satisfy any sweet tooth, decadent desserts promise a delightful conclusion to the pre-flight meal.

A view of the freshly remodelled Emirates Lounge at Charles-de-Gaulles airport (CDG)

Tailored Spaces

The new Emirates lounge caters to the diverse needs of travelers by offering a variety of seating arrangements.

The layout offers spaces for a leisurely meal with fellow passengers, and a dedicated area to unwind and recharge before your flight. It also provides a quiet corner to catch up on work emails, making the lounge an accomodating and flexible environment.

France: A Longstanding Relationship

This new lounge underscores Emirates’ ongoing dedication to offering French customers a superior travel experience.

The airline boasts an impressive network of 39 lounges worldwide, including seven in Dubai and 32 at key international airports. This investment in Paris further strengthens their commitment to the French market.

Emirates’ relationship with Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport spans back to 1992. The new lounge facility supports their position as a trusted partner in air travel for French citizens.

Last year, the airline collaborated with Extime to provide a dedicated lounge space in Terminal 1. This took place while renovations were being carried out in Terminal 2.

With the completion of renovations, passengers can now experience the world-class service and “fly better” moments that Emirates is known for in a truly luxurious setting.


Emirates currently offers a robust network of 21 weekly flights to Paris. This includes three daily A380 services, the epitome of modern air travel.

This commitment to frequent connections ensures convenient travel options for business and leisure travelers alike.

The airline’s dedication to France extends beyond Paris, with daily A380 service to Nice and a daily Boeing 777 service to Lyon, transitioning to a daily A350 service from December 1st.

Passengers flying from these cities can also enjoy the unparalleled comfort and amenities offered by the new lounge in Terminal 2C.

With a vast network of over 130 destinations, Emirates provides French travelers with seamless connections to explore the world, whether seeking adventure in Asia, relaxation in the Indian Ocean, cultural immersion in the Middle East and Africa, or experiences in Australasia.

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