ASIA Travel
Wed, 30 September 2015

British Airways Opens New Lounge at Changi Airport in Singapore

British Airways has opened a new lounge at Changi Airport in Singapore.

 Located within the new lounge is the Concorde Bar, a secluded area exclusively for British Airways First customers and eligible guests, featuring digital panoramic views of the Singapore skyline which reflect the time of day.

The lounge is decorated with artwork from established Singaporean and British artists, including Simon Wee and Dr Brendan Neiland.

Access to the new lounge is limited to British Airways First and Club World business class customers, British Airways Executive Gold and Silver members, and oneworld frequent flyers with Emerald and Sapphire status.

Robert Williams, British Airways head of Asia Pacific sales, said, The lounge is specially-designed to be an oasis of calm and tasteful luxury, enabling travellers to work or unwind in a relaxing environment.

To celebrate the official opening, British Airways is offering its Club World customers from Singapore a complimentary one-way upgrade to First, as well as a 60 (S$120) voucher and a complimentary one way airport transfer for customers who choose to stay at the Shangri-La Hotel, The Shard, London.

The promotion is available on one leg of the flights operated between Singapore and London and is subject to availability. The offer must be booked by 13 October 2015 through travel agents and is valid for travel from until 31 March 2016.

The one-way upgrade includes all the perks of travelling in British Airways First, such as access to the exclusive Concorde Bar in the new British Airways lounge at Changi Airport. 

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