SWISS opens three passenger lounges at Zurich Airport

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Airport operator Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) has opened three new business lounges in Terminal E at Zurich Airport in Switzerland.

The new First Class, Senator and Business Class lounges cover a total area of approximately 35,500ft² and have been conveniently located next to the airline’s long-haul departure gates.

The lounges contain a variety of different seating zones ranging from relaxation areas with lounge seating to business areas with secluded workstations.

The lounges also have open cooking stations where chefs prepare the freshly cooked meals in front of the customers. The SWISS First Class lounge also features its own version of a five-star à la carte restaurant. All three lounges have access to a terrace with views of the airport and the Swiss Alps beyond.

January 29, 2016

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