The extensive review of the Lufthansa First Class Terminal.
About thirty minutes before scheduled departure, my personal assistant came and fetched me and brought me to the lower level of the Lufthansa First Class Terminal where all of the beautiful cars are. The lower level of the terminal just has several “gates” where agents check you boarding pass and then you proceed to your car. The Lufthansa First Class Porsche Transfer is included in your ticket and you are driven directly to your airplane. Note that you may be driven in a Mercedes or a Porsche, I was lucky and got the Porsche. Plus the terminal was empty so I technically could’ve picked which car I wanted.
My driver introduced himself and then introduced the car, a Porsche Cayenne, and explained to me all of the specifications of the car..
which of course I remembered since I’m a car guru. I just like the design 🙂 . Firstly he offered to take some pictures and then opened the door for me.
The gate for my connecting flight was A40 and therefore the car ride lasted maybe five minutes given that the First Class Terminal is closest to Pier A. The tarmac views were just downright gorgeous.
Here’s a video of the car transfer:
Soon enough, we arrived at A40, where the Lufthansa Airbus A320 was waiting to fly me to Kraków.
My driver once again opened the door for me and offered to take more pictures of me in front of the airplane and car. He was surely fascinated more by the car, and I was more by the plane!
He showed me through a door up to the jetway and I was able to board right away and didn’t have to go inside of the terminal. A few passengers noticed me ‘arriving’ and gave me strange looks when I boarded the plane, all I thought to myself was “I probably paid less for my ticket than you did!” which is technically true!
Yet another reason why I simply love Lufthansa.