Japan Airlines (JAL) will open the doors to its new-look Sakura Lounge at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport on 1 March.
JAL has redesigned the lounge layout, added more shower suites and introduced a smoking area. Storage lockers with numeric locks have also been added for carry-on baggage, and each seat now offers power and USB ports.
The food and beverage offer has also been enhanced. The menus in the refurbished Bangkok Sakura Lounge have been designed by NIPPON-TEI, a well-known Japanese restaurant in Bangkok.
According to the carrier, the investment in its premier lounge facilities is part of its strategy to “deliver a refreshing and inspiring travel experience”.