Cathay Pacific is reopening its newly renovated Shanghai Pudong Cathay Pacific Lounge today (18 July) marking the introduction of the airline’s lounge design to mainland China for the first time.
Cathay Pacific said it is “moving beyond” for its customers with a superior experience at every stage of their journey.
The new Shanghai Pudong Cathay Pacific Lounge is located near Departure Gate D69 in Pudong Airport’s Terminal 2 building.
The new lounge occupies a space of 970 square metres and follows the warm, inviting style developed by Studioilse, the London-based studio led by Ilse Crawford, seen in Cathay Pacific’s newest lounges across its global network.
Cathay Pacific chief customer and commercial officer, Paul Loo said: “We are delighted to bring our signature lounge design to mainland China, ensuring our customers travelling through Pudong Airport have an even more enjoyable experience when they fly with us.
“Shanghai is one of our most popular destinations for business and leisure, and a favourite among our most loyal customers. Our premium passengers can now look forward to a multitude of new and improved features at the lounge, especially when it comes to the F&B options they can enjoy.”
The lounge features a noodle bar, a signature feature among Cathay Pacific’s global lounges, is also making its debut in mainland China.
Meanwhile, high-speed Wi-Fi and Flight Information Display System screens ensure passengers are able to relax, refresh and recharge without worry before their flight.
The Shanghai Pudong Cathay Pacific Lounge is open to First and Business Class passengers, Marco Polo Club Silver members and above, oneworld Emerald and Sapphire members.