The changes are a mixed bag for frequent flyers and Qantas Club members.
The Red Roo is expanding perks for members, with more same-day travellers jetting overseas added to the lounge guest list.
The Qantas Hong Kong Lounge makes a very welcome return to the HKG loungescape.
Business class travellers and frequent flyers can choose between two lounges – in fact, they can even visit both!
The flagship business class lounge is back as Cathay and Hong Kong see flights and visitors coming back.
The freshly-opened lounge almost doubles the airport’s business class lounge capacity.
Whether you’re flying to or through the Asian metropolis, here’s a rundown of the lounges that await…
Airport lounges which don’t have boarding announcements are a delight, until you lose track of time and scramble for your flight!
The pay-per-use haven also holds the honour of being Adelaide’s only international lounge.
With multiple lounges to choose from, which should be your pre-flight pick?
Savvy frequent flyers can take advantage of visiting an airport lounge after their flight…
Senator card holders and Star Alliance frequent flyers will find a new lounge experience in Berlin next month.
That Qantas boarding pass can open the doors to dozens of Emirates lounges around the world.
The airline is planning ahead for fresh lounges in 2025...
If you’re flying for business, those hundreds of dollars in annual fees are a legitimate tax write-off.
The cosy lounge is a reliable go-to for frequent flyers on Qantas and other Oneworld airlines.
Frequent flyers welcome the promise of a fresh lounge, but ‘when’ remains to be seen...
Formerly the home of Virgin Australia, the lounge will offer paid access to passengers on any airline.