Oman Air opens Majan Lounge
Oman Air has opened Majan Lounge on the lower floor of Muscat International Airport's departure terminal.
Premium passengers from 17 airlines can access the lounge, apart from the FFP members of Oman Air, who have their own facility which opened last year (click here), and other travellers who pay RO12 can also enter the facility. The lounge is designed to have a 'modern Arabian twist'.
Majan Lounge is the third lounge facility opened and operated by Oman Air Catering division in the past 18 months.
It will be open round the clock, seven days a week, and offer wifi, business centre with computer terminals fax and printers, rest rooms with “full recliner” seats, a media area with satellite TV, magazines and newspapers, a fully serviced drinks bar, hot and cold snack buffet counter and modern bathrooms with shower and baby changing facilities.
For more information, visit omanair.com
Report by Dominic Ellis
VintageKrug - 07/08/2012 10:27
This looks to me exactly the same lounge I was in last year (used by BA) just redecorated. The dark wood dividers look identical.
Is this simply a redecoration of the existing lounge used by Swiss and BA?
The addition of a shower (just one?) is welcome for these late night departures back to Europe.
It's quite a long way to the gates, as I found the Station Manager waiting for me and a private bus to whisk me off to the aircraft (very nearly missing my flight!).
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