Review: Jet Lounge Schengen, Vienna Airport (VIE)

Jet Lounge Schengen Vienna Airport

Date of visit: November 6, 2015

Location: The lounge is located in the Plaza, before security check. It can be accessed by lift or stairs.
Access:  Business Class passengers flying on airlines like Air Berlin, Finnar, Air Serbia, Etihad, etc; Status members of different FFP; All other passengers can pay Euro29.50 to access the lounge
Opening hours:  Daily 5am to 10pm

Jet Lounge access information board


Jet Lounge Vienna Airport reception


Jet Lounge seating

Jet Lounge Seating

Jet Lounge seating

Business Center

Jet Lounge business center with 3 laptops and printer

Jet Lounge newspapers and magazines


Jet Lounge buffet area

Jet Lounge breakfast buffet, cereals

Jet Lounge breakfast buffet offering turkey ham and gouda cheese

Jet Lounge juices, alcoholic drinks and non-alcoholic drinks

Jet Lounge bread including the Austrian "semmel", croissants, marmalade, jams,

Jet Lounge coffee machine

Jet Lounge Austrian red wine (Zweigelt 2014), liquors

Jet Lounge, bananas and chocobanana

Jet Lounge, tea and fruits

Jet Lounge dining area

Smoker's Booth

Jet Lounge smoker's booths located inside the smaller room

Jet Lounge buffet area located inside the smaller room


Jet Lounge gentlemen's toilet


Last week, I was able to visit the Jet Lounge before my flight back to Stockholm. The lounge is actually located before the security control which means you should allot extra time as there could be long queues at the security check. I thought the lounge was actually nice and the buffet offering fairly good. During breakfast, they had the usual bread, croissants, ham, cheese, fruits, juices, coffee and tea. They also had alcoholic drinks on the self serve bar. From their website, they seem to have warm snack buffet although I presume it is only available during lunch and dinner time as I did not see any during breakfast time. There are 3 laptops and wifi connection is complimentary. Just before leaving the lounge, I noticed a smaller room located on the right side of the reception and was surprised to see that it was a dining area as well with a small buffet section and a smoker's booth. Overall, this is a nice lounge where you can have your breakfast (the way I did) and relax a bit before your flight.