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Qantas unveils new Brisbane International Lounge

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The new Qantas Brisbane International Lounge has been unveiled today marking the first of several new facilities the national carrier would open in the coming months at Brisbane Airport as part of a multi-million dollar upgrade.

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New Qantas Brisbane International Lounge part of multi-million dollar upgrade

qtas-res“This stylish and modern lounge is the perfect space for our customers to relax before their flight,” said Qantas International CEO Gareth Evans.

“It reflects the natural beauty of the Queensland landscape through natural light, furniture and design, offering a new standard in premium travel from Queensland’s capital.

“This lounge marks our continued investment in the entire customer journey. We’ve almost finished the refurbishment of our A330 fleet at the Brisbane Maintenance Facility, added new services to Japan and New Zealand, and the domestic terminal lounges are set for a complete redesign in coming months.”

The Brisbane International Lounge is based on the award winning Hong Kong and Singapore Lounge concept, with the food and interior design taking inspiration from the local region.

The lounge – split across two levels – offers nearly 30 per cent more space than the previous lounges. Seasonal menus are designed by Qantas creative director of food, beverage & service Neil Perry with a focus on working with local food producers. A new signature breakfast hatch on the mezzanine level will see chefs serving Rockpool-designed breakfast dishes to order such as healthy breakfast bowls, bircher muesli and French toast. The lounge will also offer a premium hot and cold buffet.

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