5 New International Airport Lounges

An airport lounge is a facility operated at many airports. Airport lounges offer, for selected passengers, comforts beyond those afforded in the airport terminal itself, such as more comfortable seating, quieter environments, and often better access to customer service representatives. There are new 5 international lounges which are recently launched in world.

Air Canada’s Signature Suite

Toronto Pearson International

Exclusively for Air Canada’s long-haul International Business Class passengers, this one’s a must-visit before those non-stop routes to Delhi and Mumbai. The Cocktail Lounge has a full-service bar, overflowing with Moët Brut & Rosé, while food options include a buffet, à la carte and bar bites.

American Express Centurion Lounge

Hong Kong International Airport

From the moment you walk in, you’ll see that things are different here. Unexpected touches like locally inspired cuisine and a well-appointed shower suite meet productive workspaces with high-speed Wi-Fi. Experience the tastes of Hong Kong with a locally inspired menu. Enjoy signature cocktails created by Jim Meehan from PDT at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong, or explore wines handpicked by renowned wine authority Anthony Giglio.

Cathay Pacific Deck

Hong Kong International Airport

This is the newest addition to Cathay Pacific’s already-stellar offerings at HKIA. First, drink in the panoramic views of the apron and runways from The Terrace, a balcony that wraps around the lounge. Then, swing by The Noodle Bar for local favourites such as fish ball noodles, and regional specials like Singaporean Laksa.

Qantas London Lounge

Heathrow Airport, London

Inspired by the city of London, this two-storeyed lounge is all wooden floors and marble bars. For the G&T-lover, the well-stocked gin bar on the ground floor sees classics such as Tanqueray No. Ten and Hendrick’s sharing space with Australian artisanal labels such as Four Pillars and Hobart No 4 Single Malt Gin. Qantas has partnered with Skip to offer customers the option to pre-order a barista made coffee, via their own device, for collection at our Domestic Business Lounges and at selected Qantas Clubs^. Offering time-saving convenience and the option to skip the queue when travelling with Qantas.

Qatar Airways Al Safwa Lounge

Hamad International Airport, Doha

Inspired by the design of Doha’s Museum of Islamic Art, Al Safwa First Lounge encapsulates its cultural surroundings with simplicity and grace. Clad in sandstone and impeccable marble detailing, the open spaces are luxuriously appointed to inspire guests and exude a serene sense of tranquillity. Key highlights that contribute to the harmonious essence of the lounge include decoratively designed features such as the grand water fountain, an abundance of natural light, and a showcase of Islamic fine art installations and artefacts on loan from the Museum of Islamic Art.

 

 

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