Boa notícia: Portadores dos cartões American Express The Platinum Card agora têm acesso às salas VIP da Lufthansa na Alemanha!

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Feriadão de ótimas notícias para os viajantes mundiais, inclusive os brasileiros: os titulares dos cartões Amex TPC agora passam a ter acesso às salas VIP da Lufthansa na Alemanha.

As salas VIP ficam localizadas nos aeroportos de Munique e Frankfurt, as quais, por uma feliz coincidência, foram mencionadas ao longo de comentários e posts no decorrer dessa semana aqui no blog.

Confiram o comunicado oficial:

Lufthansa Lounge Access

As part of The American Express Global Lounge Collection, we invite Platinum Card and Centurion Members to enjoy access to select Lufthansa airport lounges in the satellite area of T2 in Munich Airport 6/1/18-5/31/19, and in Terminal 1 Concourse B of Frankfurt Airport 6/1/18-3/31/19.

  • Platinum Card Members may enjoy access to Lufthansa Business Lounges (regardless of ticket class) and Lufthansa Senator Lounges (when flying business class) in the Satellite area of T2 in Munich Airport, and T1 Concourse B in Frankfurt Airport.
  • Centurion Members may enjoy access to Lufthansa First Class, Senator and Business lounges in the satellite area of T2 in Munich Airport, and T1 Concourse B in Frankfurt Airport, regardless of ticket class.

To enter, show your valid Platinum Card or Centurion Card, government issued photo I.D., and confirmed seat on a same day Lufthansa Group boarding pass.

Certain locations will allow guests for a fee.

For the most current Lufthansa rules and guest access and pricing policy, please visit http://www.lufthansa.com/us/en/Lounge-types-and-access.

Terms & Conditions

PLATINUM

Platinum Card Members have complimentary access to Lufthansa Business Lounges (regardless of ticket class) and Lufthansa Senator Lounges (when flying business class) in the Satellite area of T2 in Munich Airport  from 6/1/18-5/31/19 and in T1 Concourse B in Frankfurt Airport  from 6/1/18-3/31/19. To access the Lufthansa lounges, Platinum Card Member must present a government issued I.D., a same-day boarding pass showing confirmed reservation on a Lufthansa Group flight (Lufthansa, SWISS and Austrian airlines) and a valid Platinum Card.  Card Members must adhere to all rules of participating lounges. Participating lounges and locations subject to change without notice. Additional guest access and fees subject to terms and conditions of participating lounges. In some Lounges the Platinum Card Member must be at least 18 years of age to enter without a parent or guardian. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcoholic beverages. Please drink responsibly.

For the most current Lufthansa rules and guest access and pricing policy, please visit http://www.lufthansa.com/us/en/Lounge-types-and-access.

CENTURION

Centurion Members have complimentary access to Lufthansa First Class Lounge, Senator Lounges and Business Lounges in the Satellite area of T2 in Munich Airport  from 6/1/18-5/31/19 and in T1 Concourse B in Frankfurt Airport  from 6/1/18-3/31/19. To access the Lufthansa lounges, Centurion Member must present a government issued I.D., a same-day boarding pass showing confirmed reservation on a Lufthansa Group flight (Lufthansa, SWISS and Austrian airlines) and a valid Centurion Card.  Card Members must adhere to all rules of participating lounges. Participating lounges and locations subject to change without notice. Additional guest access and fees subject to terms and conditions of participating lounges. In some Lounges the Centurion Member must be at least 18 years of age to enter without a parent or guardian. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcoholic beverages. Please drink responsibly.

For the most current Lufthansa rules and guest access and pricing policy, please visit http://www.lufthansa.com/us/en/Lounge-types-and-access.  

Conclusão

Nessa semana, havíamos publicado uma notícia ruim das salas VIP da Amex (veja aqui), então, essa notícia de hoje vem para contrabalançar, e sinalizar que a Amex Global continua nos seus esforços de adicionar valor aos seus produtos, bem diferente de um certo banco BRAsileiro que administra esse produto, não é mesmo!? 😛

Agradecimentos ao Carlos, pelo envio da dica, com base na notícia extraída do One Mile At A Time.

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  • Carlos

    Uma observação é que os voos da Lufthansa para o Brasil saem do Concourse C, então quem quiser usar tem de deixar uns 30 minutos de folga para ir do B para o C.

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