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In June 2003 the SONY Airport Lounge, powered by VAIO, was unveiled at the opening of Munich Airport’s new Terminal 2. Located in the terminal’s “Schengen flights” zone, the 45-square-meter lounge is designed to look like a space-ship. Its guests come from all over the world and include business customers, frequent flyers and decision-makers. Set clearly apart visually from the rest of the airport, the multifunctional design serves as a relaxation, business, service and news center in one. Wood, glass, lighting and acryl were used to achieve a fine balance between minimalism and warmth. The lounge – sporting mobile SONY and SONY VAIO products – invites its mobile target group to check out the SONY technology world. Highly qualified lounge personnel and a help desk ensure that visitors get direct information first-hand. The SONY Airport Lounge also offers the opportunity to communicate instantly by phone, e-mail, Internet and fax. The latest computers are also available as office service stations.