As Qantas’ major investment in upgrading its premium lounge network continues, its new Domestic Business Lounge has opened its doors at Perth Airport. The new lounge includes distinct zones dedicated to dining, working and relaxing, and is open to Qantas Business, Platinum and Platinum One frequent flyers.
Travellers wishing to continue working while they wait for their flight can make use of a dedicated work zone with communal work tables with power and data outlets. They can also make use of the free Wi-Fi and a meeting room, as well as the Press Reader service, which offers access to daily newspapers.
The lounge area features single and communal seating, a large dine-in bar with sports TVs, signature furniture and shower facilities. Meanwhile, the dining area includes a pizza bar, wine bar, buffet and ‘make your own’ fresh juice station. Designed by Australian architects Woods Bagot, the Domestic Business Lounge includes more than 350 seats.
Andrew David, CEO of Qantas Domestic, said: “The lounge has been designed with our most frequent travellers from Western Australia in mind. It accommodates the mix of corporate, leisure and fly-in fly-out workers.”
The opening of the Domestic Business Lounge completes Qantas’ suite of domestic lounges at Perth Airport, with the Chairman’s Lounge and Qantas Club already open. The opening of the new lounge comes just a week after the carrier announced an extensive lounge refurbishment project at Brisbane Airport.