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Australia’s best airport lounge is ready to roll out the welcome mat.
The first Centurion lounge in Europe blends signature high-end touches with luxurious local design influences.
Whether you're flying business class, have a Gold or Platinum card or Qantas Club membership, here's your guide to lounge access.
Strict new rules for lounge access will reflect the policy of the airline and its home country.
However, you'll now need to show the results of a PCR Covid-19 test to get into SQ's business and first class lounges.
We compare Qantas’ two airport lounges in the Australian capital.
Previously reserved for BA first class and only the highest of high flyers, the Concorde Room now has a broader guest list.
As Qantas' overseas flights return, so too will most of its flagship international lounges.
Oneworld partner Cathay Pacific will now be the go-to for all Qantas business class passengers and top-tier frequent flyers.
Both wings of The Wing are back, but the first class lounge is only for travellers departing from Hong Kong.
The HK lounge with a residential vibe appears to have become another casualty of Covid.
Velocity members no longer get preferential treatment on Delta, with lounge access moving on-par with Delta's own elite flyers.
If you regularly travel with others, you can upgrade your own lounge membership to cover an extra guest with every visit.
Australia's first independent lounge for domestic travellers opens its doors: here's your first look inside.
Paid airport lounge membership with Qantas and Virgin Australia comes at vastly different price points, with benefits to match.
Virgin Australia lounges aren't limited only to business class passengers and elite frequent flyers: the door list is far longer.
Melbourne kicks off a make-over of Virgin’s lounges to embrace a vibe that swaps corporate for casual.
Virgin Australia Lounge memberships are once again for sale, including yearly passes, as well as lifetime membership.