Guests can borrow Surface Pro 3 tablets, watch movies, book nap boxes, and enjoy Belgian food and drink in the new ‘The Loft’ at Brussels Airport.
Virgin Australia has introduced its first ‘Premium Exit’, which offers direct access to the departure pier from the lounge at Melbourne Airport.
To further its appeal among business travellers, Copenhagen Airport will open a new drop-in business centre later this year in Terminal 3.
The new premium lounge at Tokyo Haneda Airport includes a library, gallery, play room, local cuisine and Japanese design to reflect the destination.
As well as a wellness centre, oxygen bar and massage chairs, the SkyTeam Exclusive Lounge now includes yoga mats with a video tutorial.
The 10,000sqm lounge includes a business centre, family area, games room, prayer rooms, shower rooms and an infinity pool water feature.
The first ‘My Lounge’ includes a games room, study area and free Wi-Fi, and aims to attract leisure travellers and the “new generation of business travellers”.
Visitors to Turkish Airlines’ Lounge Istanbul will be able to access the digital Sky Library on their own devices following the installation of iBeacons.
Qantas has launched an interactive digital content experience, labelled ‘QView’, which links passengers’ devices with the digital screens in the airline’s lounges.
In response to demand from travellers, Oslo Airport has introduced a new work zone where passengers can continue working while waiting for their flight.