Qantas Reopens London Heathrow Lounge

Qantas has reopened its lounge for business and First Class passengers at London Heathrow Terminal 3.

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Qantas London Heathrow Lounge (Image Credit: Qantas Airways)

Qantas has reopened its lounge at London Heathrow Terminal 3.

The highly regarded joint business and First Class lounge has been closed since Qantas first suspended scheduled passenger flights from Heathrow at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This does provide a welcome additional lounge option for eligible passengers of British Airways and other Oneworld alliance member airlines when flying from Terminal 3.

Qantas London Heathrow Lounge (Image Credit: Qantas Airways)

The lounge is currently open from 06:00 to 14:00 daily. Not all facilities previously offered before COVID-19 may be available. Access to the lounge may also be subject to capacity restrictions.

You can see the lounge as it was before COVID-19 from our review of January 2018.

In terms of lounges operated by other Oneworld airlines at Terminal 3, currently only the BA Galleries Club lounge is open, with a dedicated First Class section. The Cathay Pacific business and First lounges are likely to remain closed for some time due to ongoing travel restrictions to Hong Kong.

Full details of the Qantas lounge are available on the Qantas website. Information on all lounge options for passengers of Oneworld airlines at Heathrow are available on the Oneworld website.

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4 thoughts on “Qantas Reopens London Heathrow Lounge”

  1. As of today the QF LHR lounge is closed again!

    According to BA and AA staff one of the QF lounge staff tested positive to covid so everyone was deemed a contact and the lounge must close.

    A sign on the lounge door reads “Due to unforeseen circumstances the lounge is closed today. Please use the British Airways Lounge F”

    If what the BA and AA staff told us is true it seems ridiculously over cautious and either bad policy or poor planning, regardless 2 years in to a pandemic I don’t think a covid case can be called “unforeseen”

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