Qantas Reopens Singapore First Class Lounge

Qantas has reopened its First Class lounge at Singapore Changi airport as it restarts A380 flights between London & Sydney.

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

Qantas has reopened its First Class lounge at Singapore Changi airport.

The lounge has reopened as Qantas restarts Airbus A380 flights between London Heathrow and Sydney, via Singapore.

This is a relatively new lounge. It opened in December 2019 before it closed due to COVID-19.

The lounge has capacity for 240 passengers. Facilities include a la carte dining with menus designed by Neil Perry, an open kitchen and a cocktail bar. There are 10 private shower suites with lighting through a faux sky light.

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)

Full details of lounge facilities and its location are available from Qantas.

The lounge opens four hours before the first Qantas flight departs Singapore until the last Qantas flight departs.

The lounge can be accessed by all passengers of Oneworld alliance member airlines flying First Class and Emerald members of Oneworld frequent flyer programmes.

This includes BA passengers flying First Class to Heathrow and Sydney and BA Executive Club Gold cardholders flying on BA and Oneworld airlines.

As BA does not have a dedicated First Class lounge in Singapore, the Qantas lounge is clearly more attractive option for eligible BA passengers.

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