Air France has opened their remodeled and expanded lounge at Washington Dulles airport, with facilities including an Enomatic Enoline ELITE 4-Bottle for their guests to serve wine!
The Business class and First class lounge is now spread over 6600 sqft on two floors, with enough space to accommodate more than 150 travelers.
The upper floor of the lounge features light screens mimicking sunlight and the color of the sky, allowing guests to relax in chaise longues and other seating.
Lounge facilities include a dining area “designed in the spirit of a Parisian brasserie”, where customers can help themselves from the self-service buffet, along with a new bar serving wine, champagne, spirits and cold draught beers.
In the lower level of the lounge the self-service buffet comes with an Enoline ELITE 4-Bottle that allows travelers to enjoy perfectly preserve wines served at perfect temperature for the most amazing experience in an airport lounge!
We are happy that British Airways chose Enomatic for their new premium lounge at JFK airport!
The airline new luxurious lounge at Terminal 7 is part of a $55 million investment at the New York hub. It is 60 per cent larger than its predecessor and covers more than 5,480 square feet.
It has been designed with ‘tailored zones’, for example a new wine room with our Enoline ELITE. Thanks to this addition, British Airways is now able to offer a great wine experience to their guests with this 8-Bottle wine dispenser.
“A new wine room forms the centre-piece boasting an enomatic dispenser, which enables customers to enjoy wines at exactly the right temperature that have been oxidized to the correct level.”
We know that for premium passengers experiencing the lounge, it’s a great opportunity to sample their ‘flights of wine’: a selection of different wines linked to a special theme, latest was ‘Chardonnays of the world’.
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