Virgin Atlantic has reopened its Arrivals lounge at Heathrow Terminal 3.
The carrier’s ‘Revivals Lounge’ is located off the Arrivals Hall in T3, around five minutes’ walk from customs, and is now open daily between 0600 and 1230.
The reopening was confirmed in a LinkedIn post by Corneel Koster, Virgin Atlantic’s chief customer and operating officer, who said that the lounge had reopened “as self-isolation on arrival is now a thing of the past in the UK”.
“All services at this customer-favourite facility have returned – including showers – to ensure a fresh and seamless arrival into Heathrow,” said Koster.
“I personally always look forward to the tasty, friendly breakfast served at Revivals straight after landing, before heading into my day. The unique hospitality of the Revivals team is truly special and they are all ready to safely welcome our valued customers back!”
Other than the aforementioned showers, guests can enjoy a range of breakfast dishes, clothes pressing and free wifi.
According to this page on the carrier’s website, guests can now choose if they would prefer waiter service, or to use an online ordering system for both breakfast choices and shower reservations, via a QR code which can be scanned at tables.
The Revivals Lounge is open to passengers travelling in Upper Class or Delta One cabins, as well as elite members of the Virgin Atlantic Flying Club, Delta Skymiles and Virgin Australia Velocity Club programmes. Full details on entry requirements can be seen here.