Visitors to the Qantas First Lounge at Sydney Airport will find it easier to snare a table at the acclaimed in-lounge restaurant, with the airline boosting dining room seating.
An additional 'bay' of the lounge has been converted from general seating to dining tables, adding around 30% more capacity.
The move is geared to cope with peak travel periods in the early morning, lunchtime and early afternoon when Qantas' most popular Airbus A380 and Boeing 747 flights are scheduled.
And anything which allows more passengers to sample the lounge's seasonal menu, prepared by Neil Perry's Rockpool Group, has got to be A Good Thing.
Last year saw Qantas introduce a series of shorter treatments at the lounge's day spa, trimmed from as high as 50 minutes down to just 20 minutes, so that more travellers could enjoy a chance to unwind before jetting off.
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