British Airways has announced plans for its next tranche of lounge refurbishments, with facilities at Heathrow, Edinburgh and Berlin all set to benefit from a “refresh”.

The carrier quietly confirmed the news in its “New Year Resolutions”, where it also reconfirmed plans to revamp its Elemis Spa facilities at New York JFK.

It’s not clear which of BA’s lounges at Heathrow T3 and T5 will be included in the refresh, nor whether the current Galleries branding will be retained.

BA operates out of Berlin Tegel airport, which is set to close if/when the Berlin Brandenburg facility finally opens this October – so it seems likely that customers will benefit from a new lounge at the much-delayed Brandenburg, rather than a refreshed facility at Tegel.

Business Traveller contacted the BA press office this morning (December 30), and was told that more information on the latest lounge refreshments would be published “in a few weeks”.

Over the last year or so the airline has been gradually revamping existing lounges at airports including Rome Fiumicino, AberdeenNew York JFKSan FranciscoMilan LinateJohannesburg and Geneva.

Business Traveller recently interviewed Jude Winstanley, Head of Ground Product at British Airways, regarding the rollout of the new design.