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Air France opens refurbished lounge in Fort de France, Martinique.

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Air France announced on Monday that it has opened its refurbished lounge at Aime Cesaire Airport in Fort de France, Martinique.

The 138 square metre lounge is open to Air France's Business Class customers, plus Flying Blue Gold, Platinum and SkyTeam Elite Plus cardholders.

The lounge is located in the boarding area of the airport and features a selection of hot and cold drinks, light snacks, two computers with free Internet connection, 50 seats, Sharp LCD televisions and newspapers and magazines.

As part of its refurbishment, the lounge was extended by 30 square metres.

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