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Frankfurt Lounge Guide

With multiple lounges available at Frankfurt airport, get the low down on your options with our Frankfurt Lounge Guide. Frankfurt Airport is split into 2 areas, Schengen area refers to internal flights within most European/EU countries under the common border Schengen agreement. Non-Schengen areas refers to all long haul flights, flights to the UK or other non-Schengen countries such as Russia.


The five new, significantly larger Lufthansa lounges (one First Class Lounge, three Senator and two Business Lounges) offer breath-taking views of the airport apron as well as maximum comfort – with plenty of space to relax and work, to enjoy a snack or to freshen up in the modern shower baths.

First Class Lounge

First Class Lounge in the Schengen area with approximately 100 seats (access from Level 2), open from 5:30am – 10pm. Enjoy the extensive a la carte dining options in the Wining & Dining and bar areas as well as in the Cigar Lounge.

Unwind in the especially exclusive relaxation, comfort and bathing areas including two sleeping rooms with twin-sized beds.

Prepare for your next appointment in fully equipped work areas.

Limousine transfer to the aircraft (for Schengen flights boarding at a non-gate position).

Lufthansa Senator Lounges

There are 3 Lufthansa Senator Lounges, Senator Lounge A in Schengen departures and Senator Lounge B & Z in Non-Schengen departures.

Lufthansa Senator Lounge B is open daily from 6am – 9:30pm, near gate B43. Access is with either a First Class ticket with Lufthansa or a Star Alliance member airline, or as a Star Alliance Gold member.

The new Lufthansa lounge design, the first to be introduced in Germany, creates an especially exclusive ambience and invites guests to relax.

Rest in a comfortable and quiet room or prepare for your next appointment in the work area. Relax further with a visit to the Senator Spa with massages for an additional fee.

Lufthansa Business Lounges

Lufthansa Business Lounge B-West and Z are located in the Non-Schengen departure and Lufthansa Business Lounge A26 is located in the Schengen departure. All lounges are open daily from 6am – 9:30pm. Access for any Star Alliance Business Class traveller and Star Alliance Gold members.

The new Lufthansa lounge design, first of its kind in Germany, creates an especially pleasant ambience and invites guests to relax.

Withdraw to the work area to prepare for and review your meetings or book a shower or sleeping room to recharge.

Select from an international selection of snacks in the bistro.

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