Cathay Pacific’s Hong Kong Lounges Welcome New Operator

This move could pave the way for changes to the lounges’ look, facilities, as well as food and beverage offerings.

Cathay Pacific’s lounges.

This year, Cathay Pacific‘s lounges at Hong Kong International Airport are set to be run by a new operator, the French company Sodexo.

The move looks set to pave the way for changes to the lounges’ look, facilities, as well as food and beverage offerings.

According to a spokesperson for Cathay Pacific, the first lounge to be operated by Sodexo will be the airline’s former Dragonair G16 lounge, which will soon be reopened as The Deck in the first quarter of this year.

Sodexo will take over operations of six of the airline’s business- and first class- lounges from current operator Plaza Premium Group, over the course of the year.

The Hong Kong-based company, which runs a global network of its own branded lounges, will operate Cathay Pacific’s lounges in cities including Bangkok, Manila, London, and Singapore.

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