Qantas Expands Business Lounge at Singapore Changi

by Megan Hill

Sep 18, 2019

Singapore Changi. Photo: Imran Ahmed | Dreamstime.com

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Qantas reopened its Business Lounge inside Singapore’s Changi Airport after a renovation, expansion and addition of a new dining area.

The lounge, in Terminal 1, can now fit more than 570 people in its 2,220 square meters. The space has banquette seating, plus dining tables and chairs, and power outlets.

The lounge, first opened in 2013, has an á la carte menu developed by Australian chef Neil Perry, with dishes such as chicken laksa and roasted pork belly. There is also a buffet and bar snacks available.

The lounge includes 20 showers, 80-inch television screens and flexible work, relax and dine areas.

The airline is also working on a new First Lounge at the airport, scheduled to open in November. The new lounge will have showers, a cocktail bar and an open kitchen.

Outside of Australia, Singapore is Qantas’s largest hub; the airline flies more than 50 flights through the city state each week.

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