Finnair passengers gain access to lounges in Bangkok, Delhi

Finnair passengers gain access to lounges in Bangkok, Delhi

Premium passengers on flights operated by Finnair, the flag carrier of Finland, can now take advantage of lounges in two airports in South and Southeast Asia, according to an airline news release.

Finnair travelers who are passing through Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand, will now be able to use Louis' Tavern CIP first and business class lounges, which are located on levels 3 and 4 of Concourse G, respectively.

Each of these facilities features a smoking room, a section set aside for people interested in golf, a bar, showers and free internet access. Additionally, Finnair passengers who enter the first class lounge can reserve a private room if they book in advance. These travelers are also able to use the Qantas/British Airways business class lounge, which has an existing agreement with the Finnish carrier.

Those who are flying out of Delhi Airport in India in Finnair business class may now use the Kingfisher Lounge operated by Kingfisher Airlines. The facility features a Formula F1 race car, a bar, a buffet, a Japanese teppaniyaki grill, iMac terminals, wireless internet access and shower rooms.

By Jason Faulkner

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