18 JUNE 2018


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Article from BTNews 18 JUNE 2018

BA Aberdeen lounge

The second airport lounge to open under British Airways’ new design concept has entered service at Aberdeen Airport in the next stage of the airline’s £4.5bn investment plan.

BA operates eight flights a day between Aberdeen and Heathrow. 

The new facility, located within the newly-completed extension at Aberdeen, follows the recent unveiling of the first in the new series of lounges at Rome’s Fiumicino Airport.

The airline has created zones throughout the 380sq m space to suit all passengers, with a lobby design enabling those travelling through quickly to have a quick bite to eat before flying and a relaxation area overlooking the runway for those with more time.

Similar to the Rome facility, the feature piece is a granite-topped bar, while the lounge also features artwork from the airline’s art collection including The Long Winding Shores by Maddie Rose Hills inspired by the Scottish Highlands.

BA’s New York JFK Terminal 7 will see the next lounge to open under the new design, with further investment planned in Geneva, San Francisco, Johannesburg and Chicago as well as the Heathrow lounges.



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