Qantas Opens New Singapore First Class Lounge

Qantas has opened its new First Class lounge in Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi airport.

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Qantas First Lounge Singapore
Qantas First Lounge Singapore (Image Credit: Qantas)

Qantas has officially opened its new First Class lounge at Singapore Changi airport.

Designed by Australian designer David Caon and Akin Atelier the lounge has capacity for 240 passengers.

Facilities include a la carte dining, an open kitchen and a cocktail bar. There are also 10 private shower suites with lighting through a faux sky light.

The lounge menus are designed by Neil Perry with whom Qantas has a long-standing partnership, and a sample menu can be viewed here.

Qantas has in recent years opened joint business and First Class lounges outside of Australia. However, there has been a need for increased lounge capacity in Singapore after Qantas reinstated Airbus A380 services from Sydney to London via Singapore.

Whilst Qantas’ global lounge portfolio is relatively small, when it does operate a lounge it does do it extremely well. This lounge looks particularly impressive with effective use of different materials to break up the lounge.

The lounge can be accessed by all passengers of Oneworld airlines flying First Class and Emerald members of Oneworld frequent flyer programmes. This includes BA passengers flying First Class to London Heathrow and Sydney and BA Executive Club Gold cardholders flying on Oneworld airlines.

The lounge is open from 14:30 to 00:00 daily. Note the lounge is located away from the current Qantas business class lounge

Qantas First Lounge Singapore
Qantas First Lounge Singapore (Image Credit: Qantas)
Qantas First Lounge Singapore
Qantas First Lounge Singapore (Image Credit: Qantas)
Qantas First Lounge Singapore
Qantas First Lounge Singapore (Image Credit: Qantas)
Qantas First Lounge Singapore
Qantas First Lounge Singapore (Image Credit: Qantas)
Qantas First Lounge Singapore
Qantas First Lounge Singapore (Image Credit: Qantas)

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