BA overhauls Geneva airport lounge
By Andy Hoskins, published 29/11/19
British Airways has refurbished and reopened its lounge at Geneva Airport, bringing it into line with its new design concept.
The relaunch follows similar projects at the airline’s lounge in Johannesburg, New York JFK and San Francisco airports.
In Geneva, the new larger lounge includes a lobby bar, peaceful seating area, new catering and a craft beer room in partnership with BrewDog.
Occupying 327 square metres, the lounge is laid out with designated areas to meet different customer needs, ranging from a lively lobby bar to a relaxed seating area.
Carolina Martinoli, British Airways’ Director of Brand and Customer Experience, says: “Every detail has been carefully considered and we’ve created a space to meet our customers’ needs – whether they want to relax with a hot meal, enjoy a drink at the lobby bar or explore some craft ales, the new lounge is guaranteed to please pre-flight.”
The airline has recently re-opened a lounge in Johannesburg and has also has completed the renovation of its First and Club lounges lounge in New York’s JFK Terminal 7 this year.
Next in the pipeline is the unveiling of a new lounge in San Francisco.