American Express has once again extended their partnership with Lufthansa at Frankfurt & Munich airport allowing Platinum and Centurion card holder to access the Lufthansa Lounges as part of their American Express Global Lounge Collection.
Once the lounges are open again, Amex Platinum cardholders can enjoy Busines / Senator Lounge access and Centurion members may also access the First Class Lounges prior to their flight with an eligible Lufthansa Group ticket (Lufthansa, Austrian, SWISS).
Usual access policy for said lounges is being Star Alliance Gold for the Senator Lounge or holding a Star Alliance airline First Class ticket. The Lufthansa First Class Lounge is usually reserved for Lufthansa Miles&More HON Circle members as well as Lufthansa/Swiss First Class passengers (including connecting flights).
You can access details to the American Express Global Lounge Collection on their website here.
[Mind you, the extension of this promotion still hasn’t been updated on the U.S. based Amex website but when I log in with my German card on the German website there update is already visible]:
- Personal Platinum Charge Card from American Express
- American Express Business Platinum Charge Card from American Express Open
- Personal Centurion Card from American Express
The partnership with Lufthansa was originally set to expire last month (March 31st, 2019) but has now been updated on the German American Express website and extended until July 31st, 2020.
Here is an excerpt from the U.S. website outlining the partnership:
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 and in Terminal 1 Concourse B of Frankfurt Airport.
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.
Keep in mind that access to the Lufthansa Lounges is limited to Frankfurt / Munich and only the locations specified in the Terms and Conditions – not all Lufthansa Lounges at these airports!
It’s a big advantage for Amex premium customers to add additional lounges to their network even though the locations are limited (for now). So far there has only been clear communication to the German Amex website contrary to earlier when this promotion started and information was given to U.S. cardmembers but nothing on the German website at all.
It’s a bit annoying that this is constantly being extended in 3-4 months increments. Can’t Amex & Lufthansa strike a more permanent deal that lasts at least a year? In any case the matter is currently moot as the lounges we’re talking about here are currently closed until further notice.
These are the Terms & Conditions Amex had previously lined out as we quoted when they extended it the last time around [disregard the dates, for frame of reference just refer to the German page as linked above]:
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.
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…
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