MANAMA: Oman Air has unveiled its business class lounge at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand.
The lounge, on the second floor junction between concourses G and E of the international terminal, will offer passengers flying in first and business class on Oman Air its award winning service and hospitality as found on board all its aircraft.
The lounge, designed in accordance with the new lounge concept set in place by the airline, can accommodate up to 40 passengers in exquisite luxury.
The facilities for premium class passengers include the use of the business centre with private work stations equipped with free broadband and WiFi.
In addition, the lounge features an array of tasty complimentary hot and cold snacks comprising traditional Arabic food and oriental dishes prepared under the direction of the chef of the Dusit Thani Hotel - Bangkok.
Passengers will also have access to sleeper couches in a specially allocated "quiet area", especially those with longer connections who need time to unwind.
"I am very happy to open this wonderful lounge, which comes in our new design," said Oman Air district sales manager Ahmed Hazeem Al Balushi.
The new lounge provides our premium guests with ideal conditions for a relaxed stay before their departure.
"Just like our customers, we waited eagerly for this day," Mr Al Balushi added.
Oman Air catering general manager Aaron Claxton said the opening of the new lounge is a testament to Oman Air's continuous strides in providing its passenger with a seamless travel experience.
The airline offers five-star services and traditional Omani hospitality from the moment our passengers enter the lounge, he added.