Two executive lounges open at Warsaw Chopin Airport

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Two new executive lounges have opened at Warsaw Chopin Airport in Poland, offering passengers a high level of comfort in a friendly, relaxing atmosphere.

The Fantazja and Preludium lounges have been named after famous musical pieces composed by Fryderyk Chopin, the airport’s namesake, and follow the same tradition as the Ballada, Polonez and Bolero executive lounges which are already in use at the airport.

Prelludium measures over 5,300ft² and can accommodate up to 90 guests at the same time. It is located on level 0, near gates 33-35, and is open from 6:00am to 10:00pm. The lounge is available to business class passengers, as well as holders of silver and gold cards and members of other higher loyalty programs offered by One World, Sky Team and non-alliance airlines. The lounge has a special baby-care room equipped with a changing table, washbasin and a comfortable armchair.

The smaller Fantazja lounge spans 5,000ft² and has 75 seats. It is located on level +1 (departures), near gates 36-37 and is open from 5:00am to 11:00pm. The lounge is also available to business class passengers and gold and higher cardholders of programs such as the frequent flyer offered by One World, Sky Team and non-alliance airlines. Fantazja has a modern relaxing area and an elegant working space.

Both lounges offer a variety of snacks, hot and cold beverages, books, newspapers and magazines, as well as internet access. The lounges are accessible to both Schengen and non-Schengen passengers.

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