Hong Kong Airlines Passengers Gain Gatwick Airport Lounge

Hong Kong Airlines, an airline based in Hong Kong, China, is offering its passengers at London Gatwick Airport access to the No.1 Traveller’s Lounge in the North Terminal of the airport.

The airline currently offers a daily service from London Gatwick Airport to Hong Kong International Airport, and passengers flying on the route will be able to access the No.1 Traveller’s Lounge’s complimentary services at Gatwick Airport, courtesy of a new partnership between the airline and No.1 Traveller Ltd, the UK-based company, which operates airport lounges at the Heathrow, London Gatwick and Stansted airports in the UK.

The lounge, in the North Terminal of the airport, offers around 10,000 square feet of space, which includes a Travel Spa, and a business centre, as well as complimentary food from an a-la-carte menu, a range of complimentary magazines and newspapers; a set of shower cubicles; comfortable seating areas; a bar, a games room, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The airline’s passengers may also enjoy premium services, like champagne, cocktails and a choice of spa treatments as complimentary offers.

The lounge services are otherwise available to all passengers at the airport for a charge.

 

Howard Ebison, head of commercial at No.1 Traveller, said, ‘Both business and leisure travellers will find that the premium lounge compliments the all-club class ambience of the Hong Kong flight perfectly.

The lounge opened in May last year and is available to all passengers using the North Terminal for a fee of £22.50 for adults and £10 for children, if booked in advance.’