18 MARCH 2019
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Selected passengers at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport now have a new relaxation area available with the opening of the latest Star Alliance-branded lounge. It is the group’s eighth – others include Los Angeles, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Rome Fiumicino.
The Schiphol facility is open to eligible First and Business Class passengers and Star Alliance Gold Card holders as well as eligible paid lounge members of the Air Canada Maple Leaf Worldwide Club and United Club programmes.
The 150-seat lounge is located airside in the Departures 2 Schengen area on the Panorama terrace level. Easy access is provided to the departure gates for alliance member carrier flights to European destinations in the Schengen zone.
Free wi-fi is available throughout the lounge plus a mix of standard and USB power outlets. Other facilities include a luggage storage area, individual work booths, communal work table, dining area, bar area, relaxation area and a wine bar.
There is a serviced bar in the afternoon, beer on tap, a free buffet with hot and cold meal options, flight information, business services such as printing and scanning, free reading material and personal care amenities on request.
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