British Airways recently opened its swish lounge at Cape Town International Airport in South Africa. The new facility features several top class services for premium travellers booking tickets on BA flights to the airport in South Africa.
One of the world’s premium full service carriers, British Airways recently launched a premium lounge for its premium passengers at Cape Town International Airport in South Africa. The recent development is seen as the airline’s continued commitment to pamper those who buy tickets aboard its flights.
BA’s glittering new lounge in South Africa has been designed in the architectural style of airline’s Galleries lounge at airline’s hub at London Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5. The sprawling new facility is 680sqms in size and is capable of accommodating up to 148 passengers. Furthermore, it is categorized into three specific zones, for working, relaxing and dining to ensure something for every visitor who books tickets on BA flights arriving in Cape Town.
The facility also offers free WiFi access and an air-printing facility to allow corporate jetsetters booking tickets on BA flights arriving in South Africa to print directly from their devices without connecting to the printer.
Other facilities available at the lounge include showers and catering options that allow guests to tease their taste buds to various authentic delicacies. In addition, it also features a dedicated area where best of wines from the Cape region will be showcased. Also, wine-tastings will be offered on selected departure dates to bring smile on the faces of wine-connoisseurs.
In addition to the host of services and facilities, travellers booking tickets aboard British Airways flights may relax in an unbeatable style along with excellent ambience and feel at the Cape Town lounge.
Industry insiders believe that British Airways has launched the new facility in its endeavour to tap the ever-increasing travel demands of business and leisure vacationers who book tickets for flights on London/ Cape Town route. The airline also aims to tap the huge influx of travellers from the United States also use London as a hub to connect to Cape Town in South Africa.
The facility is open for British Airways First and Club World travellers, Executive Club Gold and Silver members, and Oneworld frequent flyers with Emerald and Sapphire status.
As a part of its recent development, the airline has also announced that it will use the facility to showcase work by up-and-coming South African artists to ensure a whale of a time for its passengers who book tickets on flights arriving or departing from Cape Town International Airport in South Africa.
British Airways is the national carrier of the United Kingdom with its main hub at London Heathrow Airport. The airline offers tickets on flights on its extensive network that includes destinations within Europe and to North America, Latin America, Canada, Africa, Asia and Australia.