Sydneyâ€™s Kingsford Smith International Airport is now home to a brand new lounge for first- and business-class flyers of Etihad Airways, marking the carrierâ€™s first lounge in Australia. Located in the international terminal, the lounge keeps its design in lines with that of the flagship lounges in Abu Dhabi: a two-level space filled with natural light and Apple computers, Wi-Fi, private shower facilities, a playroom for children, and male and female prayer rooms. Food is available a la carte or from a buffet, and among other alcoholic beverages, wines come from local Australian vineyards. Etihad, together in a partnership with Virgin Australia, has routes to the airport twice daily serviced by both Airbus A340-600s and Boeings 777-300s, andâ€”come June 2015â€”the route will be among the first to also include The Residence luxury cabin on the carrierâ€™s new A380 aircraft.
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