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Cathay Pacific’s ‘The Deck’ Lounge has Reopened at Hong Kong International Airport

Cathay Pacific has today announced the reopening of ‘The Deck’ lounge at Hong Kong International Airport. The Deck now joins the carrier’s other open lounges at their Hong Kong hub including The Wing First Class and The Pier Business Class lounges.


Cathay Pacific's 'The Deck' Lounge at Hong Kong International Airport - Courtesy Cathay Pacific

On Sunday (February 5, 2023), Cathay Pacific announced the reopening of ‘The Deck’ lounge at Hong Kong International Airport, joining other open lounges including The Wing First Class and The Pier Business Class lounges. As global travel resumes, Cathay Pacific is also progressively opening their international lounges. This month, the airline will reopen lounges at Tokyo-Narita and Singapore Changi airports, and in March and April will reopen lounges at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport and at Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport, respectively. During the second and third quarter of 2023, Cathay guests will also be able to enjoy the airline’s signature lounges at San Francisco International Airport, Beijing Capital International Airport, Taipei Taoyuan International Airport and Vancouver International Airport. The carrier's lounges at London Heathrow, Shanghai Pudong, and Tokyo-Haneda are already open.


To celebrate the reopening of The Deck lounge in Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific has added a range of culinary delights at The Noodle Bar, a guest favorite at the airline's signature lounges. Visitors can now enjoy Hong Kong fish ball rice-noodle soup, poached Chinese vegetables, and a delicious Chinese soup, as well as familiar favorites such as Wonton Noodles, Dan Dan Mien and Dim Sum. Comforting and familiar self-serve international dishes will continue to be available at the Food Hall. Located next to Gate 6 in Terminal 1, The Deck has been designed in the signature Studiollse blueprint of the carrier’s award-winning lounges in Hong Kong and worldwide. One unique feature is The Terrace, an open ceiling L-shaped verandah featuring table and individual seating. The Terrace allows guests to take in the panoramic views of the airport’s apron, taxiways and northern runway, while enjoying their dining experience.


1) Sample Menu Selection at Cathay Pacific's Bangkok Lounge, 2) A Guest Enjoying the Airline's Lounge in Manila - Courtesy Cathay Pacific


Cathay Pacific’s Tokyo-Narita lounge, which is opening this month, has been relocated to a new space by Gate 71, and is over twice the size of the previous lounge. The Narita lounge features views of the airport apron and new artwork created by local Japanese studios Belle Fleur and the award-winning Arita Porcelain lab. The carrier’s Bangkok and Manila lounges have also been refreshed, with new interior décor, fixtures and furniture.



Source: Cathay Pacific

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