Korean Air Expands Prestige Class Lounge @ Incheon

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Korean Air has expanded its Prestige Class Lounge at Incheon International Airport.

The new 160 seat, 1,100-square-meter Prestige Class Lounge area is located beside the existing Prestige Class Lounge at Incheon International Airport, which currently accommodates 290 passengers in a 1,226-square-meter lounge area.

The new extension took two years to design and two months to construct. The 450 seat, 2,326-square-meter lounge is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and even an area dedicated solely to female travellers - including a sleeping room and a powder room. The lounge also features a dining room for those travelling in groups, and individual shower booths.

Furthermore, Korean Air is planning to upgrade its current First Class Lounge and a further lounge (KAL OAL Lounge) which it provides for the exclusive use of its SkyTeam partner carriers and a selection of other airlines operating from Incheon.

 Korean Airs Prestige Class Lounge is located eastside of the fourth floor in the Passenger Departure Building at Incheon International Airport.

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