Yes, Hong Kong airport is getting another lounge

Mid-2024 will see the opening of “an exclusive lounge destination” named Kyra.

By David Flynn, February 20 2024
Yes, Hong Kong airport is getting another lounge

Hong Kong airport already boasts a solid selection of lounges, especially within the Oneworld alliance thanks to Cathay Pacific and Qantas, while the American Express Centurion Lounge taps into the top end of the airline-independent market.

Then there’s the chic Intervals cocktail bar atop the soaring Sky Bridge, and the very exclusive VIP Lounge for those who want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the terminal altogether. Cathay Pacific is also scoping out new lounges once the airport completes redevelopment of Terminal 2.

But there’s always room for one more lounge – or at least that’s the thinking behind Kyra, “an exclusive lounge destination” set to open in the middle of this year.

We don’t know exactly where Kyra will be located, apart from “the central concourse of Terminal 1”.

Nor do we know who will be able to use the lounge, although the fact that one of the names behind Kyra is Airport Dimensions, an arm of Collinson, which in turn runs the Priority Pass program, indicates a Priority Pass card might get you through the doors.

Airport Dimensions’ Errol McGlothan describes Kyra as being in a “new highly sought-after space at Hong Kong International Airport.”

We’ll share more on the Kyra lounge proposition as it comes to hand...

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From the description “the central concourse of Terminal 1”, it is very likely to be taking over the previous space of Hongkong Airlines’ Club Bauhinia (near gate 23) as the airlines now only list Club Autus at Midfield Concourse as its only lounge. The cover photo of the Kyra Lounge provided also give clue that it will be a low ceiling space, matching the previous Club Bauhinia low ceiling space, which is in the arrival level of the central concourse. Of course the photo alone would have ruled out the previous location Thai Lounge at the upper floor of departure level of West Hall with airport high ceilings. 

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