October 26, 2014 Germany Europe

The Air France Lounge, Munich Airport

After a trip around Germany, coming back home onboard a Skyteam flight should be done onboard MEA through Frankfurt Airport, or any hub where Air France lands. My last stop was Munich, boarding the first Air France from Munich to Paris, followed by a MEA flight to Beirut.

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It's not the biggest of airports, or more specifically this Air France corner in terminal D only has two small shops selling perfumes, alcohol and souvenirs in a tiny space. Up on the first floor is the lounge, an Air France dedicated lounge.

Take the elevator or the few stairs up to the first floor where the lounge is located. Inside is a rectangular-shaped space, painted white, well lit, and covered with a grey carpet. The Air France spirit is felt everywhere.

Green, red and grey, individual sofas are everywhere around white tables. Choose to sit in the welcoming area where a set of tables fills the space, or move forward to the end, to one of the cozy spaces. The facing wall boasts three images from the art available on food menu covers of Air France. 

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The lounge is relaxing but small. 

As for the food, the choices are limited. It was past 6 AM, so a choice of breakfast was offer. A couple of croissants, three choices of cereals, a cheese and ham plate, square bread, some fruits, chocolate spread, cream cheese and a funny basket of painted boiled eggs.

If you're coming from Munich onboard a Skyteam flight, now you know what to expect.

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