The £186 million Pier 1 includes five new gate rooms, a new baggage system for South Terminal, early bag store and a premium lounge.
As part of its efforts to explore how technology can create a smoother airport journey, Melbourne Airport has been trialling self-boarding in T2.
Guests can enjoy an à la carte restaurant, showcase bar, fitness room, cigar lounge, spa, barbers, nail bar, TV room, relaxation room and prayer room.
The Dubai Premium Lounge features private family zones, shower facilities, spacious seating areas and serves international cuisine.
Qantas’ premium customers flying from London Heathrow Airport will soon be able to enjoy a new flagship lounge, which is due to open in early 2017.
Flagship Dining will offer “a one-of-a-kind, pre-flight meal with full tableside service and elegant dining”, according to American Airlines.
The Lounge Shopping, Inflight Shopping and Taste & Travel services will leverage digital technology and a delivery service in an attempt to boost revenues.
The £80 million Pier 5 redevelopment has seen gate areas extended, arriving and departing passenger flows separated, and the number of aircraft stands increased.
The new First Class Lounge will open at Abu Dhabi International Airport’s Terminal 3 in May 2016, becoming the airline’s fourth premium lounge at its home hub.
Travellers now have an opportunity to escape the busy airport environment thanks to Fraport’s introduction of so-called “silent chairs” and yoga rooms.