Air New Zealand’s newest international lounge will open its doors at Brisbane International Airport this week.
Covering 771m², the new lounge has a seating capacity of almost 200 passengers, 70% more than the previous facility.
The lounge features high ceilings and large windows, while facilities include a café area with a self-service buffet and beverage area, a children’s play area, a business table and bathroom facilities.
The opening of the new Brisbane lounge forms part of a four-year, US$67million programme to develop the airline’s lounge network. Other lounges have already opened in Sydney and Auckland Airports, as well as in the southern New Zealand city of Invercargill.