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Emirates airline’s lounge at Dusseldorf Airport reopens

by Tanvir Awan
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Emirates airline lounge at Dusseldorf Airport

Emirates airline passengers can now indulge in an enhanced travel experience as the airline’s lounge at Dusseldorf Airport reopens its doors after a seven-week refurbishment. The 700-square-meter space boasts a fresh look with new cream-colored leather seats, furniture, carpets, lighting, and kitchen equipment.

With a generous capacity for 115 guests, this revamped lounge stands as the largest of its kind at Dusseldorf Airport and one of the most spacious Emirates Lounges across continental Europe.

Emirates airline lounge at Dusseldorf Airport

The Dusseldorf facility is part of a broader investment initiative by Emirates in Germany. Over the past five months, the airline has modernized its airport lounges in Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Munich.

“We’re always seeking ways to elevate the travel experience for our cherished customers, both in the air and on the ground. Emirates’ exclusive airport lounges are a key part of our ‘Fly better’ brand promise. The refurbishment investments underscore our dedication to passengers and airport partners in Germany,” stated Volker Greiner, Emirates Vice President North & Central Europe.

EK56 and EK58 flights

Open three hours before flights EK56 and EK58, the lounge offers a variety of monthly-changing hot and cold dishes from renowned caterer DO & CO. The menu includes numerous vegan options, complemented by a free bar service and private shower rooms. Access is available to Emirates First Class and Business Class passengers, Skywards members with Platinum or Gold status in Economy Class, and can also be purchased.

Officially inaugurated in May 2009, Emirates’ lounge at Dusseldorf Airport marks its place as the 20th Emirates Lounge globally. Emirates has been servicing Dusseldorf since 2001, connecting the North Rhine-Westphalia region to Dubai and beyond with two daily flights featuring Airbus A380 and Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

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Emirates, the sole airline operating the double-decker A380 aircraft from Dusseldorf, provides over 900 daily seats in a three-class configuration to Dubai and beyond, covering 140+ destinations worldwide.

Emirates operates 39 lounges worldwide, including seven in Dubai and 32 at major airports globally, ensuring a consistent standard of luxury and service. This premium offering is part of the “Fly better” benefits for Emirates Premium Class customers, complemented by the complimentary Emirates chauffeur service available in Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, and Hamburg.

tanvir@dubainewsweek.com

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