Qatar Airways has reopened its Premium Lounge at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International airport.
The facility is located on level 3 of the airport’s Concourse D, and is open to Qatar Airway’s and Oneworld passengers travelling in business and first class – elite tier status members not travelling in a premium cabin are directed to the Miracle Lounge.
The Premium Lounge originally opened in February 2018, but was temporarily closed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Features include an a la carte Brasserie dining area and a second ‘Global Deli’ buffet option, as well as the Martini Bar, a business centre and shower facilities.
Qatar Airways has gradually ramped up its Bangkok services to 21 weekly flights (operated by a mixture of A380 and B777 aircraft), in addition to ten weekly flights to Phuket.
According to the airport lounges section of the carrier’s website, the Bangkok Premium Lounge is now open daily between 1530 and 0230.
The new follows the reopening of Qatar Airways’ Singapore Changi Premium Lounge this summer – a facility which had originally opened in early 2020 before closing its doors shortly after due to the pandemic.
In September the airline unveiled a new Frequent Flyer lounge at Heathrow Terminal 4, located below the carrier’s existing Premium lounge at the terminal.