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Munich Airport Lounges

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My mother will be traveling to the US in mid November. She connects to her US flight at the Munich Airport where she has a 5 hour layover. (She won't be traveling into the city.) We found some information about the Europe/Atlantik lounges that I am trying to better understand. Hopefully someone here can help shed light.

http://www.munich-airport.de/en/consumer/aufenthalt_trans/lounges/europa/index.jsp

1. If I am reading the list correctly, if you have a Mastercard or Visa, you can use these lounges for 24 Euro. Is this a correct interpretation?

2. If I remember correctly, US flights depart from Terminal 2. Does anyone know if either lounges are in this terminal? I'm going to go back and look at the Munich Airport website, but at first glance I didn't see that the lounges were named on the map.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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