Lufthansa moves to Heathrow Terminal 2

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP September 29, 2014 13:06

Lufthansa moves to Heathrow Terminal 2

Lufthansa has moved to London Heathrow Terminal 2 as part of the latest phase of the process to bring all Star Alliance members under one roof for the first time in Heathrow. Lufthansa joins United Airlines, Air Canada, Air China and ANA – the first airlines to move into the new terminal when it opened in June.

At the same time, Lufthansa is also opening its largest lounge outside Germany offering seating for 350 guests in 1,600 square metres featuring both a Senator and a Business Lounge. Until now Lufthansa passengers at Heathrow had access to contract or partner lounges to which Frequent Travellers had no right of entry. The new lounge will change this so that Frequent Travellers can look forward to using the new Lufthansa Business Lounge from Wednesday onwards.  As with all Lufthansa Senator and Business Lounges, the new London lounge will also welcome Star Alliance Gold Customers as well as those travelling in First or Business Class on any Star Alliance member carrier from Heathrow.

All Lufthansa Group airlines will be transferring operations into Terminal 2 in the next two weeks. Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines move in on 1st October, Germanwings on 8th October with SWISS and Brussels Airlines on 15th October. The relocation of all Star Alliance partners will be completed by the end of October and this will reduce the minimum connecting time within the new terminal from 75 to 60 minutes.

Lufthansa, together with the other Group airlines, will be located in Zone B, sharing ticket desks with Austrian Airlines and Germanwings.

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP September 29, 2014 13:06