Qatar Airways Reopens Bangkok Premium Lounge

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Qatar Airways Premium Lounge at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport has reopened.

The facility is located on level 3 of the airport’s Concourse D. It is open to Qatar Airways and Oneworld customers flying in business or first class – elite tier status members who are not flying in a premium cabin are directed to the Miracle Lounge.

The Premium Lounge opened its doors in February 2018 but was temporarily closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The amenities include an a la carte Brasserie eating area, a second ‘Global Deli’ buffet choice, the Martini Bar, a business centre, and shower facilities.

Qatar Airways has steadily increased its Bangkok service to 21 weekly flights (a combination of A380 and B777 aircraft) and ten weekly flights to Phuket.

The Bangkok Premium Lounge is now open daily between 1530 and 0230, according to the airport lounges section of the carrier’s website.

The announcement follows the reopening of Qatar Airways’ Singapore Changi Premium Lounge this summer, which had opened in early 2020 before closing due to the pandemic.

The airline opened a new Frequent Flyer lounge at Heathrow Terminal 4 in September, located beneath the carrier’s existing Premium lounge.

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