Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, has unveiled its newest Business Class lounge, at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand.
The lounge, which is conveniently located at the second floor junction between concourses G and E of the International terminal, will offer Oman Air’s passengers flying in First and Business Class award-winning service and hospitality, as found onboard all of its aircraft.
The lounge has been designed in accordance with the airline’s new ‘lounge concept’ and can accommodate up to 40 passengers in exquisite luxury. The facilities available for Premium class passengers include the use of a business centre with private work stations equipped with free broadband and WiFi.
In addition, the lounge will feature an array of tasty complimentary hot and cold snacks comprising of traditional Arabic fayre and Oriental dishes prepared under the direction of the chef of the renowned Dusit Thani Hotel – Bangkok.
Furthermore, guests can choose to relax with a selection of hot beverages, fresh juices, or an aperitif from the bar station, whilst having access to satellite television or browsing through the selection of local and International newspapers and magazines.
Passengers will also have access to sleeper couches in a specially allocated “quiet area” for those who need time to unwind during longer connections.
At the official opining, Ahmed Hazeem al Balushi, District Sales Manager, Oman Air,Bangkok told TravelPlus “I am very happy to open this wonderful lounge at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, which provides our premium guests with ideal conditions for a relaxed stay before their departure. The lounge has been eagerly-awaited and, by following Oman Air’s ‘lounge concept’ focusses clearly on the needs of our customers.”
Aaron Claxton, General Manager of Catering for Oman Air added “The opening of this new lounge is a testament to Oman Air’s continual strides to provide passengers with a seamless travel experience offering five-star services and traditional Omani hospitality from the moment they enter the lounge in Bangkok.
“The lounge has been designed with particular consideration to offering a tranquil and calming oasis, and includes many of the features of Oman Air’s lounge, which opened in Muscat, in January 2011.”