Emirates unveils new premium lounge in France's Paris Charles de Gaulle airport

Emirates unveils new premium lounge in France's Paris Charles de Gaulle airport

First and Business Class passengers and Emirates Skywards members can now access the lounge

Emirates’ First and Business Class passengers travelling through Paris Charles de Gaulle airport in France can now access the airline’s new premium lounge.

The exclusive 925-square-metre lounge, which has just opened, will also welcome Emirates Skywards members.

The Dubai carrier, considered the world’s largest international airline, invested close to US$953,000 in the design of its lounge in Paris, which has a "special focus on comfort and convenience".

Located in Terminal 2C at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport, the Emirates lounge can accommodate up to 165 guests. 

Emirates Lounge, Paris Charles de Gaulle airport

As well as chairs and sofas, the lounge features enhanced shower facilities with Voya products, complimentary Wi-Fi, and runway views.

Dining options include local dishes and delicacies, including pan-fried fillet of beef drizzled with béarnaise sauce, poached fillet of cod with vierge sauce, cheese boards and desserts. 

The airline will also offer its First and Business Class customers premium spirits and liqueurs, a variety of French wines and Moet & Chandon champagnes.   

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Emirates currently operates 39 of its own airport lounges worldwide, including seven in Dubai and 32 at major airports worldwide.

The airline currently services the French capital with 21 weekly flights, including three daily A380 flights. The airline also serves Nice with a daily A380 service, and Lyon with a daily Boeing 777 flight (which will become a A350 service from 1 December 2024). 

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