I’ve updated my earlier post to reflect the addition of more pictures that were taken at the media preview event. The additional photos that I have added are courtesy of FlyerTalk’s NewbieRunner. She had the opportunity to attend the event and was kind enough to share her photos. I’ve added her photos below. Thanks NewbieRunner!

Thanks to Ralf from Germany’s www.vielfliegertreff.de (one of Germany’s largest and best frequent flyer websites) for sharing these pictures with me. Ralf (known as rcs on vielfliegertreff.de) had a chance to attend a sneak preview event in Frankfurt and was able to see some of Lufthansa’s new lounges that have been constructed in the terminal. The new 900 million dollar Terminal is scheduled to open to the public on October 10.

The event was originally scheduled to be held next week and I was planning on attending but a change in timeframe by Frankfurt Airport took that decision out of my hands. I’m still off to Frankfurt next week to visit Lufthansa so all is not lost and will have a first hand look at the brand new facilities.

Again, great thanks to Ralf for sharing these great images! The photos that he took are great, so I’ll let them do most of the talking:

These are from the First Class Lounge:

First Class Lounge Bathroom

The First Class Lounge is equipped with private "sleeping rooms"

Library area in the First Class Lounge

Additional View Of Library

View Of The Tarmac From The First Class Lounge

The Following Pictures Are From The Senator Lounge (and it looks to be Lufthansa’s best looking SEN lounge!):

Senator Lounge Reception Area

Waiting Area Near Service Desk

View From The Senator Lounge

Part Of The Senator Lounge

Lounge Seating Area

Looks Surprisingly Real

A "Quiet Area" In The Lounge

Large Work Area.....

Complete With PC's

Private "Cellphone Booths"

The following photos are courtesy of Flyertalk.com’s NewbieRunner:

Beautiful Atrium near entrance to the new "Pier A+"

Children's Play area in the new Pier

The flags that you see are flying at the First Class Terminal (FCT)

One of the gates in the new Pier

Entrance to Lufthansa's Senator and Business Lounges

Fantastic view of the ramps

A 747-400 Parked at a new gate

People Movers will help passengers cover ground in the new Pier