Oman Air Opens Lounge in Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi

Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport has a new premium lounge courtesy of Oman Air, which spent heavily on the project. The airline wants to emphasize Bangkok as one of its key destinations and is trying to build its brand and attract more business- and first-class passengers.

The cuisine is a mix of Asian and Arabic. Free broadband and sofas for snoozing are also on offer.

The lounge is located in the international terminal at the second-floor junction of concourses G and E.

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