Qantas to set to open a second lounge in Singapore Changi Airport - a brand new First Lounge that will offer seating for 240 customers as well as premium a la carte dining options with Asian-inspired menus. In addition to that, the airline will also be expanding the existing Business Lounge at Singapore Changi Airport. The development of the First Lounge is due to start in April 2019 and Qantas will be the only foreign airline (apart from Singapore Airlines) to open a First Lounge at Singapore Changi Airport.
There are currently only three other cities where Qantas operates a dedicated First Lounge - Sydney, Melbourne and Los Angeles. With the addition of a brand new First Lounge and the expansion of the existing Business Lounge, the airline’s overall lounge capacity in Singapore will increase by 60 percent.
Qantas will work with Chef Neil Perry and Industrial Designer David Caon in collaboration with Akin Atelier, to create a relaxing, high quality environment for passengers to either start their international journey or transit through Singapore. The design will embody a clear focus on sustainability with choices in materials, lighting interior, layouts and amenities all reflecting the highest local and international design techniques. Set to open towards the end of 2019, the new First Lounge will be designed to suit the specific needs of transit travellers, with shower facilities, a cocktail bar, open kitchen and menu offerings reflecting the best of Singapore’s vibrant dining culture.
In order to facilitate Scoot's growth in the next few years, operations will be shifted from Terminal 2 (T2) to Terminal 1 (T2) of Singapore Changi Airport from 22 October 2019.
Flight review of QF52 from Singapore to Brisbane in Business Class on A330-300. Yes, this was the flight where I was offered just 5,000 Qantas Points ‘as a gesture of goodwill’ for a broken seat that did not recline.
Spend 30% less KrisFlyer Miles to selected destinations in August 2019 - book by 31 July 2019!
The rumours are true - the SilverKris and KrisFlyer Gold lounges in Singapore Changi Airport (T3) will be renovated. Yup, The Private Room is going to be revamped too.
Enjoy savings with Emirates when you book before the end of 07 July 2019 for travel until the end of the year - Economy Class from SGD 649 and Business Class from SGD 2,809. Take up to an extra SGD 100 off for travels in September.
The latest KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escape list has just been published! You know the drill - simply redeem an eligible flight to and from the listed destinations to save 30% off the number of KrisFlyer miles required. All bookings have to be made online before the end of 30 June 2019 for travel between 1-31 July 2019!
With lounges in Dubai, Melbourne and Karachi, marhaba (part of dnata) has officially opened another airport lounge in Singapore Changi Airport. Located in Terminal 3, the newest airport lounge (which you can access with your Priority Pass membership) features seating for over 130 guests, a quiet zone for relaxation as well as shower facilities.
Star Alliance has just announced plans for THAI Smile Airways to become the second Connecting Partner in its global network.
After much speculation and apprehension, British Airways Executive Club has just launched their brand new Partner Award Charts that goes live effective immediately - find out how much more do you need to fork out in Business and First Class!
Terminal 2 of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (CAN) is a relatively new addition to the third busiest airport in China. Officially opened back in April 2018, this 600,000 sqm space is home to China Southern Airlines but more importantly, a brand new lounge (accessible via Priority Pass) that I was meaning to check out — Premium Lounge. My flight from Guangzhou back to Singapore was on Singapore Airlines and it was conveniently departing from the relatively-new Terminal 2 of the airport.