SkyTeam Opens Fourth Lounge in Hong Kong Airport

  • It is the fourth to be opened after London, Istanbul, and Sydney.

    It is the fourth to be opened after London, Istanbul, and Sydney.

  • A hot and cold buffet area for international cuisine.

    A hot and cold buffet area for international cuisine.

  • The Noodle Bar offers several types of noodles cooked on demand and have already proven its success in lounges by China Airlines and Cathay Pacific.

    The Noodle Bar offers several types of noodles cooked on demand and have already proven its success in lounges by China Airlines and Cathay Pacific.

  • The lounge is Skyteam's first VIP Lounge in the Greater China region.

    The lounge is Skyteam's first VIP Lounge in the Greater China region.

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    The "Living Wall" brings a touch of nature to the travel experience.

  • The Yoga room provides a space for passengers to stretch and relax their minds and bodies to prepare for long hour flights.

    The Yoga room provides a space for passengers to stretch and relax their minds and bodies to prepare for long hour flights.

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Passengers flying SkyTeam member airlines at the Hong Kong International Airport can now spend the hours waiting for their flight in the comfort of the airline alliance’s new exclusive lounge. Opened late October, the lounge, designed by Mitchel Squires, is located at the airport’s Terminal 1 and is SkyTeam’s fourth exclusive lounge in the world after Istanbul, London, and Sydney. It accommodates to 230 first- and business-class passengers, as well as elite plus members from 12 SkyTeam airlines flying to and from the airport, although it is operated by both China Airlines and China Eastern. Facilities include an extensive bar selection, a hot and cold buffet of international cuisine, shower rooms, work stations, and a noodle bar with cooked-to-order meals. With soft white tones dominating the room, its fresh and relaxing ambiance of the lounge is further enhanced with what the living wall, comprising 50 different botanical species, and a yoga room for travelers to stretch the muscles in between flights. The lounge is open daily between 5:30 a.m. and 1:00 a.m.

“Our goal is to invest in shared facilities at airports around the world in order to deliver a consistently high level of service to our members’ customers as well as creating synergies for our members at airports served by multiple SkyTeam airlines,” said SkyTeam’s managing director Michael Wisbrun. “This exclusive lounge will provide a relaxing environment for passengers in which to unwind before catching their next flight.”

For more information, visit SkyTeam.

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