Aéroports de Paris has installed beacons in Hall 2 of Orly West to promote networking opportunities between passengers who are travelling on business.
Trondheim and Tromsø airports will be the first to get the new lounges, which will then be introduced at more Scandinavian airports during 2015.
The Boutique Lounge and Blue Ribbon Club Lounge at Chiang Mai and Suvarnabhumi airports offer a relaxing environment and complimentary Wi-Fi.
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.