There are 2 Aspire lounges in Zurich Airport. This is near the departure gates, for people travelling within EU, EEA and Switzerland. This means that you do not need to pass through immigration.
Access: Priority pass, Lounge Club, Dragon Pass, Diners Club, American Airlines, Business Class/Status for American Airlines, British Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, Royal Jordanian, SkyTeam flying with Air France, Alitalia, KLM and Air Serbia, Icelandair.
The lounge is located at Level 3, on what they call, Airside Center. The receptionist services both Dnata Skyview Lounge (left) and Aspire Lounge (right). Tell her which lounge you would like to visit, or which lounge you are entitled to with your ticket.
Food & Drinks
You have the usual sandwiches with mozzarella or sandwiches with Swiss ham, yogurt, Swiss beers, cakes and pastries. Coffee and tea are also available. For other alcohol, they serve bubbles, red and white wines.
I grabbed some sandwich roll with mozzarella, took a beer, my NYT and sat by the viewing deck to eat. It’s nice to see people walking around the terminal, bidding their farewells to the loved ones as they headed towards the departure hall. Airports, the place where you see sincere hugs and kisses.
- Food/Beverage: ✈️✈️✈️✈️
- Facilities: ✈️✈️✈️
- Vibe: ✈️✈️✈️ (some chairs looked really old and the leather is pealing)
- Wifi: ✈️✈️✈️✈️ (Password is unique and given by the receptionist)
Things to Note
- International newspapers and magazines available
- You can log in to the wifi with your boarding pass too
- Wifi in Zurich airport is one of the fastest I have seen in airports!
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