Qantas has unveiled its new business class lounge at Hong Kong International Airport replacing the current decade-old facilities.
The new lounge is available to all eligible Oneworld and Qantas business class passengers, as well as Chairmans Lounge, Platinum Frequent Flyer, Gold Frequent Flyer and Qantas Club members.
Qantas has incorporated “key design elements” including Moooi lighting and an Akira Isogawa rug, plus eleven bathroom and shower suites and 14 PC workstations. There’s also free wifi internet access and power/data points are located throughout for use with laptops and other electronic devices.
Qantas said the new furniture and improved seating layout would give a “better sense of personal space” than the current lounge.
The existing lounge, which first opened in 1998, is due to undergo its own refurbishment and will open again next month in its existing location.
Qantas facilities at Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Perth, Narita, Los Angeles, and Honolulu have also undergone recent upgrades.
The new lounge is located on level five of the terminal building, and access is by lift or an escalator opposite Gate 15.
For more information visit qantas.au.com.
Report by Andrew Gough