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Qantas to open Dedicated Business Class Lounges at Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane Airports

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Monday, 30 July 2007

Qantas is to open new, dedicated domestic Business class lounges at its key business airports: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, by mid-2008.

"They will offer a range of services unmatched by competitors in the domestic market, with a more spacious layout, more private seating arrangements, a wider selection of hot food and enhanced business services such as more private work suites and complimentary wireless internet access," said Qantas Executive General Manager, Mr. John Borghetti.

Qantas is also to create separate conference facilities for business travellers within its domestic terminals in Melbourne and Sydney (T3).

The new conference facilities will be purpose built to provide full teleconferencing equipment, digital display and projector equipment and dedicated break-out areas.

"The facilities will be available to all customers, regardless of class of travel, at very competitive hire rates, with Qantas Club and Frequent Flyer members receiving a significant discount," Mr Borghetti said.

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