Emirates will shutter its Singapore airport lounge from 1 December 2016 to April 2017 in order to upgrade the space to the airline's latest look.
The overhaul will see new furnishings and fittings similar to the recently-revamped Melbourne Airport lounge (below).
So where will the airline's passengers cool their heels during the lounge's make-over?
It all depends on what time your Emirates flight departs Singapore.
According to Emirates, flights leaving Singapore before 2.30pm – which includes three of the airline's four daily Singapore-Dubai services – will see all travellers directed to the T1 Dnata Lounge, which is owned by the Emirates Group.
For afternoon and evening flights, Emirates first class and business class travellers – along with members of the airline's elite Skywards iO tier – will be directed to the Qantas Singapore Lounge, which opens at 2.30pm.
However, Emirates says that Skywards Platinum and Gold frequent flyers on flights departing after 2.30pm will still be restricted to the Dnata Lounge.
Emirates' premium passengers will certainly welcome the dining at the Qantas lounge, which includes a choice of two freshly-cooked dishes rotated on a monthly basis.
There's also a tendered bar to mix up your favourite cocktail (we heartily recommend the espresso martini)...
... although our understanding is that only Emirates' first class and iO members will be served the Qantas lounge's Taittinger champagne, in line with that drop's restriction to Qantas Chairman's Lounge and Platinum One members – everybody else gets an 'Australian sparkling'.