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Article from BTNews 26 MAY 2014

Sydney for Etihad

Etihad Airways has opened its new First and Business Class lounge at Sydney’s Kingsford Smith International Airport – the airline’s first in Australia and the newest addition to its collection of premium lounges worldwide.
 
Located in the international terminal’s Pier C, adjacent to Gate 51, the new lounge offers guests a welcoming and relaxing environment with quality furnishings and a contemporary design inspired by Etihad's flagship lounges in Abu Dhabi.
 
Set over two levels and an area of 798m2, the Sydney lounge offers a range of facilities catering to the diverse needs of today’s business and leisure travellers.  This includes state-of-the-art business amenities; complimentary wi-fi; multi-zone electrical and USB power outlets; shower facilities; and a children’s play room; lounge guests will also be treated to Etihad's signature food and beverage service.  Wines from Australian producers complement an extensive selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

The new First and Business Class lounge in Sydney complements premium lounge facilities in Abu Dhabi, Dublin, Frankfurt, Heathrow, Manchester, Paris and Washington DC.  New lounges are planned for Los Angeles, New York (JFK) and Melbourne over the next 12 to 18 months.
 
Etihad Airways commenced services to Sydney in March 2007 and today offers twice daily non-stop flights together in partnership with Virgin Australia.  www.etihad.com

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