Cathay Pacific has opened a brand new lounge at Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport.
Located close to Gate 114, the lounge will be the first to be operated by a non-Japanese carrier at Haneda. And measuring 990m², it also becomes one of the largest Cathay Pacific lounges outside Hong Kong, with seating for approximately 190 people.
The airline said the lounge has been designed for “practicality and comfort”, with chairs featuring in-built side tables, lamps and power sockets, plus free Wi-Fi, Mac computers and printers.
F&B options include featuring Cathay’s signature Noodle Bar, plus a selection of wraps, sandwiches and salads, coffee, pastries and other desserts. There is also a bar area.
The lounge, which overlooks the Haneda runway, will be available for first and business class passengers.