19.02.2018

Austrian Airlines’ first Senator Lounge with new design opens at Vienna International Airport

  • New design focuses on Austria and individuality
  • All three Business Class Lounges and both Senator Lounges will be renovated
  • Lounge renovations to be completed in spring 2018

Today, the first Austrian Airlines Senator Lounge displaying the airlines’ new design concept, opened to the public. The two main themes highlight the country of Austria, as well as individuality, and are present throughout the overall concept in all the renovated lounges thus far. Prior to this, two of Austrian’s Business Class Lounges have already been upgraded.

In line with the new design concept, real trees are a feature in the Senator Lounges. The trees depict Austrian beech trees and are preserved using a special technique. In addition to customized furniture from Austria, as well as a new textile concept highlighting individually-designed carpets and curtains, the lounges will also feature selected prints from pictures created by Austrian artists, such as Gustav Klimt.

Austrian Airlines’ lounges at Vienna Airport
In 2017, a total 630,000 passengers experienced Austrian Airlines’ lounges at Vienna Airport. After reviewing feedback, it was noted that the various relaxation zones and the culinary selection provided by Do&Co, as well as the digital offering, were the most highly rated amenities. In fact, 87,300 e-Journals were downloaded in the lounges in 2017.
Austrian Airlines operates seven lounges at Vienna Airport, including three Business Class lounges, two Senator and two HON lounges. 

 

Austrian Airlines in the U.S. and Canada                                                                                             
Austrian Airlines provides its customers with a route network of roughly 130 destinations worldwide. Passengers can travel nonstop to Vienna from its North American gateways in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York JFK, Toronto and Washington DC.
In Vienna, Austrian Airlines offers time-saving connections and access to over 100 destinations across Europe. The route network is particularly dense in Central and Eastern Europe: With 35 destinations, Austrian Airlines is the market leader throughout these regions. Thanks to its favorable geographical location at the heart of Europe, the company’s hub at Vienna International Airport is the ideal gateway between East and West. Austrian Airlines is part of the Lufthansa Group, Europe’s largest airline group, and a member of the Star Alliance, the first global alliance of international airlines.
 
For more information or reservations, visit www.austrian.com.