Inside British Airways' Refurbished Lounge at Johannesburg Airport
British Airways has unveiled its latest lounge refurbishment at the O.R. Tambo International Airport Johannesburg, South Africa where class meets style.
The lounge has undergone significant refurbishment with the new and improved space being converted into one large lounge with a dedicated boutique dining area for First customers.
Guests will enjoy a warm welcome and a place to relax or work prior to their departure from Johannesburg to London Heathrow.
The carefully curated lounge follows a new design concept for the airline, which debuted in 2018, and features the very best of British and South African design, delivering a luxurious and contemporary look and feel.
The 880 sqm lounge can host up to 247 customers and offers a modern lobby bar area for socialising, a brasserie dining area and office space with ample work stations with power outlets.
A peaceful, separate seating area with a mix of elegant armchairs and banquette seating is available for those who wish to recharge ahead of their journey with complementary magazines and newspapers.
Zoned areas in the lounge will enable guests to choose what area they would like to relax in depending on their mood, with a music system and bespoke playlist. Lighting has been carefully planned by zone and dimmable to reflect the time of day.
The new lobby bar, illuminated by brand new feature lighting, is stocked with a tempting display of spirits, beers and soft drinks together with a selection of fine wines.
New kitchen facilities offer an enhanced dining menu of hot and cold options including Cape Malay curry, fresh seasonal salads, mezze, local charcuterie and Indezi river cheeses.
First Boutique Dining offers a pre-flight a-la-carte menu carefully curated by the in-house chef, complemented by an extensive wine list.
The refurbished Johannesburg lounge comes as the airline is investing £6.5 billion for its customers over five years.