QANTAS has revealed a $100 million lounge upgrade program which it will roll out over the next three years, in addition to previously announced plans to expand lounges in Adelaide, Auckland, Port Hedland and Rockhampton.
“Being back in profit means we’re back to making long-term investments for our customers,” CEO Alan Joyce told media during an event at Sydney Airport today.
The program will include a new First Class Lounge at London Heathrow, which will open in 2025 in conjunction with the launch of Project
Sunrise direct flights between the UK and Australia’s east coast.
The Flying Kangaroo will also upgrade the lounge at Hong Kong International Airport, and completely revamp and expand the International Business Lounges at Sydney and Melbourne airports.
The airline also said it will introduce a new Hobart Qantas Club as well as a new double-sized Broome Regional Lounge.
MEANWHILE, Qantas frequent flyers will enjoy more Classic Reward Seat availability on international routes beginning this Friday, 24 February.
Announced today by Qantas Loyalty CEO Olivia Worth, thousands of extra reward seats will go on sale across all cabins on flights to a number of destinations through to the end of year.