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Emirates adds Boston to airport lounge network

Dubai-based airline says dedicated lounge at Logan Int'l is 41st to open globally

Emirates adds Boston to airport lounge network

Emirates on Thursday announced the opening of its 41st dedicated lounge located at Boston Logan International Airport.The lounge, the airline's fourth in the United States, is now open to Emirates First Class and Business Class customers as well as Platinum and Gold members of Skywards, the airline’s frequent flyer program.  As part of its ongoing commitment to Boston, the Emirates Lounge at Boston Logan International Airport represents a $6.7 million investment, the airline said in a statement.Located on the upper level of Terminal E, the lounge will overlook gate E – 11 and will offer seating for up to 123 customers.Amenities include LED TVs, leather armchairs, a choice of formal and relaxed seating, bespoke artwork, and a prayer room. A new range of luxury spa products will also be available in the lounge.The lounge will also feature a dedicated dining area with a choice of bar seating, a menu of complimentary hot and cold gourmet buffet and a beverage service including wines from reputable American vineyards.Customers can also enjoy shower facilities, a business centre along with complimentary Wi-Fi service.“Emirates’ lounges are an integral part of Emirates’ product and service offerings for our premium and loyal customers,” said Mohammed H Mattar, Emirates’ divisional senior vice president airport services.Emirates started flying to Boston in 2014 and the service has consistently generated demand during the past three years, transporting more than 745,000 passengers from Dubai to Boston, the airline added.In October 2015, Emirates started its second daily service, with an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

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