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Oman Air opens new Bangkok business class lounge

Originally published on www.businesstravellerme.com 18/12/2011 - Filed under: News »

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Oman Air has unveiled its new business class lounge at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok.  

The lounge, located at the second floor junction between concourses G and E of the International terminal, serves the airline's passengers flying in first and business class and can hold up to 40 people.

Its premium class passengers can make use of the business centre with private work stations, which is equipped with free broadband and wifi.

Hot and cold snacks, comprising traditional Arabic and Oriental dishes, are prepared under the direction of the chef of the Dusit Thani Hotel Bangkok, and passengers can order juices, hot beverages and drinks from a bar.

The lounge, which has a quiet area for those with longer connections, also contains satellite TV and local and international newspapers and magazines.

It retains many of the features of its flagship lounge which opened in Muscat in January.

The January-February edition of Business Traveller Middle East contains a special report on Oman Air, the new Muscat International Airport and the latest developments in Oman's hospitality sector.

For more information, visit omanair.com

Report by Dominic Ellis

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