Cathay Pacific Opens 990 sqm Haneda Airport Lounge

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Cathay Pacific today opened a new lounge on Level 6 near Gate 114 of Tokyo International Airport Haneda.

The lounge is the first to be operated by a non-Japanese carrier in the Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal.

The Haneda lounge, designed by Studioilse, the London-based design studio led by Ilse Crawford, measures 990 square metres, making it one of the largest Cathay Pacific lounges outside Hong Kong with seating for approximately 190 people.

The overall feeling of the lounge is of a domestic space, more like a living room than an airline lounge. Natural sunlight filters through the windows on three sides, and bespoke chairs and side tables with inbuilt lamps and sockets have been placed by the windows where passengers can enjoy the view over airport runway and beyond. The Bureau provides four individual workstations with dual operating system iMacs and printers. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout the lounge.

The lounge has a strong focus on food and beverage services, with the dining area featuring Cathay Pacifics popular Noodle Bar which offers a selection of freshly prepared Asian noodles including Dan Dan Noodles and Wonton Noodles in Soup. During the morning hours until 11am, authentic Japanese breakfast items and French toast will also be offered.

Another dining highlight is the Food Bar, where passengers can enjoy a wide selection of lighter items such as wraps, sandwiches, quiches and salads, as well as barista-made coffee, pastries and other desserts. In addition, freshly blended cocktails, including Cathay Pacifics signature drinks, and a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be served at the Bar.

The food and beverage facilities in the new lounge will be managed by the Hotel Okura Enterprise.

CX, Cathay Pacific, Airport Lounge, Tokyo, Haneda, Japan

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