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British Airways has reopened its lounge at O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg following a six month refurbishment.
The lounge follows a similar design brief to recently refurbishment lounges at New York JFK and San Francisco.
As with the San Francisco lounge, the two former Club and First lounges have been combined into one, with a dedicated pre-flight dining area and a la carte menu for First Class passengers.
The lounge also features a centrepiece bar, a self-service food station with hot and cold food options. These include local specialities such as Indezi River cheese and Cape Malay curry. There is also a wide range of seating with at seat power.
Food options for First Class passengers in the dedicated pre-flight dining area include seasonal soups; ricotta and pea filled conchiglie; steak sandwich with mustard and basil relish; and chocolate brownies.
The lounge can be accessed by passengers travelling in Club World and First Class as well as Silver and Gold members of the Executive Club, and Oneworld alliance equivalents.
The last remaining lounge refurbishment project for this year is the Geneva lounge.
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