Virgin Australia expects to open a bigger and better lounge at Adelaide Airport this month, finalising an overhaul of the airline's domestic lounge network.
The existing Adelaide lounge will gain room for an extra 40 travellers, lifting total capacity to 180 seats, with the addition of "Virgin Australia's signature lounge furniture" offering plenty of AC and USB power sockets.
The expanded lounge space is slated to open at the end of August.
Virgin's rolling revamp of its lounge network has swept through Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, the Gold Coast and most recently Perth as the airline builds its pitch to corporate travellers as an alternative to Qantas.
The aerial component of this battle has seen both Virgin and Qantas upgrade their transcontinental Airbus A330 fleets with modern spacious lie-flat business class seats, in Virgin Australia's The Business...
... and the Qantas Business Suite.
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