First lounges at Narita.

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mern2001

Qantas - P1 Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 10 Apr 2013

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First lounges at Narita. Hi all, I’m flying out of Narita airport in the evening on a QF flight. I’m QF Platinum and planned to use the JAL first class lounge. There are 2 First lounges – one in Concourse B (main building) and one in Concourse D (Satellite building). Does anyone know which first lounge is best – or if there is any difference? I’m guessing the one in the Satellite building is closer to the gate QF is likely to use. Thanks.

Chris Chamberlin

Member since 24 Apr 2012

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Hi mern2001, we haven't reviewed the satellite JAL First lounge but have reviewed the main JAL First lounge at Narita which could give you some idea of what to expect: Review: Japan Airlines first class lounge, Tokyo Narita Airport

mern2001

Qantas - P1 Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 10 Apr 2013

Total posts 85

Thanks Chris

HelpfulAmerican

Member since 06 Jan 2016

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The satelite lounge has showers and the massage service, but is smaller so has less seating options and does not have the sushi bar.

mern2001

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Member since 10 Apr 2013

Total posts 85

Thanks. As your name suggests - helpful. Sound like the main lounge might be the go. 

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